Arsenal have reportedly agreed to sign French youngsters Yassin Fortune and Jeff Reine-Adelaide for €4 million from Ligue 1 side Lens.
16-year-old Fortune and 17-year old Reine-Adelaide will move to North London this summer to join the Gunners youth sides according to L’Equipe, via Get French Football.
It seems the majority of the fee may be for Fortune, a forward by trade, according to the Independent who say he will join for around £3 million.
The teenager will supposedly sign a three-year deal after Manchester United pulled out, becoming a Arsenal youth scholar for two of those years with the final coming on professional terms.
Reine-Adelaide, meanwhile, an attacking midfielder who can also play as a centre forward, hasn’t made any first-team appearances for Lens this season.
Foot Mercato 365 claimed last year that Real Madrid had a very close eye on Reine-Adelaide, viewing him in the same light as the sensational Raphael Varane, however it appears Arsenal may have pipped them them to his signature.
Both players have already featured heavily for the French international youth teams and will likely be hoping a move to the Emirates will eventually see them progress to Les Bleus first team.