Manchester United have been linked with Benfica's Renato Sanches for quite a well now, but things appear to be moving closer to a resolution.
According to the Guardian's Jamie Jackson, negotiations with Benfica over a fee and how it will be structured have been extremely positive. While Sanches has been linked with everyone from Bayern Munich and Real Madrid to Arsenal and Man City - Man United seem to have stolen a march.
The fee is reported to be £46 million (€60m), which would equal Sanches' release clause - but bosses at Old Trafford want to structure the deal so that the fee is paid over four years - similar to how Martial's deal will be paid.
The 18-year-old broke into the Benfica team this season and has been a revelation, making his international debut for Portugal last month. His play is seen to be an ideal replacement for Paul Scholes - who retired three years ago.
It looks like Sanches' agent Jorge Mendes seems to have pushed the transfer through.