Premier League club Manchester City is all set to sign Belgian winger Jeremy Doku after agreeing to the deal with Ligue 1 side Rennes.
According to Sky Sports and the BBC, Doku will be signed for 55.4 million pounds ($70.72 million).
Reports also claimed that the Belgian star will travel to Manchester today for medical.
The 21-year-old joined Rennes in October 2020 from Belgium's Anderlecht, making more than 90 appearances for the French side in all competitions and scoring 12 goals.
Doku scored for Rennes in their opening league game against Metz earlier this month.
He has 16 caps for Belgium and made his debut in 2020. He was called up to the squad for the World Cup in Qatar last year, making one appearance off the bench before Belgium were eliminated in the group stage.
Pep Guardiola's City are looking to boost their attacking options after the departure of Algerian forward Riyad Mahrez, with Doku's signing bolstering the league champions' ranks as they chase a fourth successive title.
City are second in the Premier League standings with six points from two games. They travel to face newly-promoted Sheffield United on Sunday.
- Input from Reuters