Manchester City have reportedly found an agreement for the signing of Partizan wonderkid Filip Stevanovic.
The news comes from website Mozzart Sport, who says the Serbian club have ‘accepted an offer’ from the Premier League side.
Manchester City are expected to let him loaned at Partizan until the end of the season, and then bring him to England in the next summer.
The winger reportedly had his medicals for the transfer today, and is now ready to sign a four and a half-year deal with Pep Guardiola’s side.
Mozzart reports that Manchester City have been following Stevanovic for over two years, and started scouting him long before he made his professional debut.
Other clubs such as Borussia Dortmund, Chelsea and Liverpool also used to have emissaries keeping an eye on him.
The outlet doesn’t know how much Manchester City are paying for the transfer, although they mention that back in the summer, it was reported that a €8m offer was on the table.