Argentine side Racing have found a deal for the signing of Manchester City youngster Benjamin Garre, according to local reports this Monday.

TyC Sports claims the clubs have agreed an amount of US$2.5m for the transfer. The 19-year-old is expected to sign a four-year contract next week.

It’s said that Racing are only acquiring 75% of the player, so Manchester City are probably keeping the rest in case of a future transfer.

Garré joined the Premier League side back in 2016 in a move from Velez Sarsfield. He never had a chance under Pep Guardiola, and should leave the club without making an official appearance.

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The Argentine winger isn’t the only player leaving Manchester City to go back to his home country this month. A couple of weeks ago, the club also agreed the sale of Uriel Antuna to Mexican side Chivas, who have paid US$12m for his signing.

So it seems there are plans to cash in with youngsters who haven’t been used, perhaps eyeing to spend more in the January transfer window.