Inter Milan goalkeeper Andre Onana has reportedly agreed terms with Chelsea over a summer transfer.
The Cameroonian star has had a superb debut season with the Nerazzurri, but he could move on this summer.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, the Blues have now reached an agreement over a long-term deal with Onana.
They will now proceed to negotiate with the Nerazzurri, but the process may not be straightforward for them.
The Blues currently value Onana at €40 million, but Inter Milan are reluctant to accept less than €60m for him.
Meanwhile, the Nerazzurri have no plans of accepting a swap deal for the player and they want most of the fee up front.
This could be a potential stumbling block for the Blues, who are currently close to breaking the Financial Fair Play limit.
They need to offload players to recoup funds. The Blues may first conduct this process before pursuing a deal for Onana.
Onana has also been linked with Manchester United and there is a possibility that the Red Devils could enter the race.