According to Manchester Evening News, Manchester City are close to sealing a deal for Manchester United target Filip Stevanovic from Partizan Belgrade.
The Red Devils were believed to be close to signing the Serbian winger back in August, but the deal is said to have collapsed.
M.E.N claim Manchester City will pay around £6million for the teenager, but the 18-year-old won’t move straight into City’s first-team squad.
A potential loan move has been lined up that could see him return to Partizan for the remainder of the campaign.
Mostly used as a left winger, Stevanovic has already made 53 first-team appearances for Partizan, and has scored an impressive 12 goals and provided five assists.
This season he has featured ten times in the Serbian top flight and is a regular in the starting XI.
Stevanovic has managed 12 goals already for Partizan as a teen.
A Serbian youth international, Stevanovic has also already experienced playing European football in the Europa League, and has a domestic honour to his name, winning the Serbian Cup in 2019.