Man City are reportedly edging ever closer to landing the signing of Leicester City ace Riyad Mahrez in a deal said to be worth £60m.
The 27-year-old Algerian global - whose performances in Leicester's astonishing title win in 2016 earned him the Players' Player of the Year award - is according to Sky Sports News due to undergo a medical at Manchester City this week.
The deal is yet to be wrapped up, but it's believed the transfer fee is around £60m, which is £20m short of the asking price (£80m) in January.
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He has been given extra time off by the Foxes after playing in Algeria's global games in June and is due back for training next week.
Mahrez will represent another club record transfer for City, breaking the previous mark set when French defender Aymeric Laporte joined from Athletic Bilbao for £57m in January.
It appears that Pep Guardiola's side hope to wrap up the deal this week, with City traveling to the United States later this month for a pre-season tour.
The 2016 African Player of the Year has scored 48 goals and assisted another 38 strikes in 179 appearances for the Foxes, and was instrumental in their 2015/16 title-winning campaign.