Manchester City has had their £41million bid for Bournemouth centre half Nathan Ake accepted.
The Dutch international is now set to discuss personal terms with Man City ahead of a move to be completed in the coming days.
City are looking forward to completing their deals early as they prepare for their Champions League clash with Real Madrid and they are close to competing a deal for Valencia winger Ferran Torres for £21million.
The 25-year-old Dutch international has been one of the standout performers for Bournemouth since making his loan move from Chelsea a permanent deal in 2017.
Bournemouth signed the defender for a club record fee of £20m but the club will now make double returns for their money despite being relegated from the Premier League.
Pep Guardiola seeks a replacement for City legend Vincent Kompany since his departure at the end of 2018/19 season.
Fernandinho who is a central midfielder has been used on several occasions in Manchester City’s backline and the signing of Nathan Ake will provide a long term solution for the club.
City looking to quickening all deals are also close to signing Torres from Valencia who has been identified as a replacement for Leroy Sane who left for Bayern Munich.
Reports claims Curry have agreed personal terms with the Valencia winger over a five-year-deal.
Pep is rebuilding his team to challenge for the title next season as they only came as runner-ups to Champions Liverpool this season with an-18-points gap.
The transfer window will be open until October 5 and the 2020/21 season will kick off on September 12.