According to reports, Kalvin Phillips, a midfielder for Leeds United, and Manchester City Football Club have reached a personal agreement.
Following the signing of Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund during the current transfer window, the Cityzens have been very active. Fabrizio Romano, a Transfer Story expert, confirmed the news on his official Twitter account.
The Englishman reportedly turned down offers to play for other clubs in favor of Manchester City. Leeds United will get £42 million from the Premier League Champions plus any additional payments.
As a potential replacement for Kyle Walker at left-back, Manchester City has also begun negotiations with Marc Cucurella of Brighton.