Bournemouth will cough up big to sign Sheffield United winger David Brooks.
The Daily Echo says it is understood Cherries have agreed to pay £10million to secure the Welsh international, with add-ons potentially taking the deal to around £11.5m.
Brooks is believed to be undergoing a medical today and his expected arrival – which would be Eddie Howe's first summer signing – could be announced as early as tomorrow.
The Blades reportedly inserted a sell-on clause into the agreement, with Sheffield-based newspaper The Star stating a previous bid in December had been turned down.
Tottenham and Liverpool were also rumoured to be interested in the 20-year-old, who has made 37 appearances for the South Yorkshire club in all competitions, scoring three goals and providing eight assists.