Following several days of transfer talks, Premier League Champions Manchester City have finally reached an agreement with Leeds United over the transfer of star midfielder, Kalvin Phillips to the Etihad Stadium in a stunning £45million deal.
Phillips, 26 has been attracting massive interest from a number of top clubs across the league with Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool all earlier reported to be keen on securing his signature following his impressive displays for the Whites over the past two seasons.
However, latest reports from David Ornstein states that the Pep Guardiola's side have won the race for the England international who is now poised to sign a five-year contract at the Blue half of Manchester with Fabrizio Romano reteirating that personal terms have also been struck.
The promising defensive midfielder now becomes the second player to move to the Etihad Stadium after Borussia Dortmund superstar, Erling Haaland completed his record breaking transfer to the club few weeks ago.
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