Bernardo Silva has reportedly agreed to join Barcelona from Manchester City this summer.
The Portuguese international was close to leaving city Last summer but opted to stay and end up playing a huge part in the club's premier league title win in 2021-22.
Barcelona have been linked with Bernardo Silva for a longtime but have looked unlikely to complete a deal given city have slapped an 80m price tag on the playmaker.
A report last month claimed Bernardo Silva has been informed of the liga club's interest through his agent, Jorge Mendes and the player and his representatives believed at that state that they had to be "patient'.
It was claimed Pep Pep Guardiola has spoken with Barcelona president Joan Laporta and the 27-years-old has a 'verbal agreement' with the city manager that he can leave if a "good offer' from Barcelona comes in.
Bernardo Silva stated "he has agreed to switch to Barcelona, and negotiations have started over deal between 85m and 95m".
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