Manchester City have agreed to terms with VfL Wolfsburg over midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, with the two clubs reportedly agreeing a £56m fee for the Belgian international.
According to the Daily Star, De Bruyne will cost a total of £113m as Man City will also be paying him £57m in wages before taxes.
De Bruyne proved to be a colossal disappointment at Chelsea, as he only made four total appearances before transferring to Wolfsburg.
He will reportedly sign a £220k-a-week five-year deal with the cashed-up Premier League giants.
The 24-year-old made the most of his fresh start in Germany, and he scored 16 goals for Wolfsburg while providing 27 assists in the 2014-15 season.
This was enough to earn him Bundesliga Player of the Year honours and it has significantly helped him gain a second chance in the Premier League assuming he goes back to England.
Man City have been aggressive throughout the transfer window this summer.
They signed former Liverpool midfielder Raheem Sterling for £49m before signing former Valencia defender Nicolas Otamendi for £32m.
This has paid off for them so far, as they sit in first place in the Premier League after winning their three opening fixtures.
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