Manchester City have agreed on a deal to sign the Valencia winger Ferran Torres.
As per Guardian, the Premier League giants will pay around £24.5m plus add-ons for the 20-year-old this summer.
The young winger had just one year left on his deal with the Spanish outfit and that allowed Manchester City to sign him on a bargain. Valencia were initially holding out for €45m.
The youngster is rated highly at Valencia and recently he became the youngest in their history to play 50 La Liga games.
Torres has now agreed personal terms with Manchester City and he has signed a contract until 2025.
It will be interesting to see how he performs in the Premier League next season.
The 20-year-old is immensely talented and he could develop into a star for City. Pep Guardiola could be the ideal manager to unlock his potential.
City are set to lose David Silva this summer and Torres would be his long-term replacement at the club. That said, the Valencia player is slightly different to Silva stylistically.
Torres will add technicality, flair and pace to the Manchester City attack next season. He could fill the void left by Leroy Sane as well.
The German returned to the Bundesliga earlier in the season with Bayern Munich.
Torres might need some time to adapt to his new club and league. However, the fans will be excited to see their new signing in action when the season starts in September.