Portuguese giants Benfica are close to agreeing a deal for Serbian winger Andrija Zivkovic, according to A Bola.
The Eagles have long been hot on the trail of the talented youngster and they appear to have finally reached an agreement with his representatives.
A Bola claims that the midfielder will receive a hefty signing-on fee, believed to be between €4m and €5m as he will join on a free transfer.
Zivkovic was dropped from the senior squad at Partizan Belgrade after rejecting a new contract offer and he last played a competitive match for his club back in December 2015, but he made two appearances for the Serbia national team in May and June.
The left-footed player, who usually operates on the right wing, played a key role as the Serbia won the Under-20 World Cup in New Zealand a year ago, while he managed 17 goals in 63 league outings for Partizan Belgrade.