Argentinian striker Sergio Agüero has arrived in England ahead of his £38m ($62.4m) move from Atlético Madrid to Manchester City.
In a message posted on his Twitter page, Agüero wrote: "Just arrived in Manchester to finalise details of deal with City. Everything is going well."
If all goes according to plan, the signing of Agüero will set a new record transfer fee for City - one that currently sits at £32.5m ($53.4m) - the fee paid for Robinho back in 2008.
The 23-year-old has scored 74 goals in 175 appearances for Atlético Madrid - statistics City need in their own database - especially if Carlos Tévez's proposed move to Inter Milan is given the green light.
According to the Daily Star, Tévez will depart Eastlands if the Italian giants can match City's £40m ($65.7m) proposal.
Tévez's agent Kia Joorabchian said: "This is Carlos Tevez, one of the best players in the world. We are not overly worried. He wants to leave but is still a City player and we will respect that. We've just got to wait and see who comes in next for him."
But if the long list of City's unhappy campers is anything to go by, who's to say that Agüero's move will be an exception to the rule?
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