Manchester City Football Club have reportedly agreed on personal terms with Leeds United’s midfielder, Kalvin Phillips.

The Cityzens have been busy during this transfer window following the signing of Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund. Transfer News expert, Fabrizio Romano confirmed the news on his official Twitter account.

The Englishman reportedly received offers from other clubs but insisted on playing for Manchester City. The Premier League Champions have agreed to pay Leeds United £42 million, plus add-ons.

Manchester City have also opened talks with Brighton’s Marc Cucurella as a possible substitute for Kyle Walker in the left-back position.

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