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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Not enough kids want to be a Toys “R” Us kid. The bankrupt toy retailer is reportedly making plans to liquidate U.S. operations and shutter stores.

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The brick and mortar retailer has been struggling to reorganize and balance massive debt.  It filed for bankruptcy last year and in January, announced the closing of about 180 locations.

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All U.S. stores could close as soon as next week, according to several reports.

A spokesperson for Toys “R” Us declined to comment on the liquidation chatter.

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Toys “R” Us is the last megastore dedicated to toys. Without it, toymakers will struggle to promote anything but their most popular items.