According to AS, Allianza Lima full-back Kluiverth Aguilar will be joining Manchester City in May.
The 17-year-old’s $2.5 million (£1.8 million) move from the Peruvian outfit was agreed last year, although he has been forced to wait until his 18th birthday.
That significant date lands on May 5th, meaning that the teenager can finally complete his move to the Etihad Stadium that month.
However, AS claim that Pep Guardiola won’t be using the Peru Under-23 international immediately.
The Spanish news outlet state that Aguilar should be loaned out to a side within the City Group, with two clubs favourites to land him.
Girona and Lommel are the clubs who are most likely to welcome the promising South American youngster on loan.
Aguilar will initially be registered as an Under-23 player at Manchester City, before being sent elsewhere.
So, what type of player is the Peruvian?
Well, the pacy full-back models himself on Brazilian icon Dani Alves.
Kluiverth told Depor: ‘I really like Dani Alves, I would like to be like him. He has technique and is very intelligent to play, he knows when to attack and when to defend. He can even play at No.10.’
In our view, it feels unlikely that we’ll be seeing the South American play for the Citizens anytime soon, with Kyle Walker and Joao Cancelo at Guardiola’s disposal.
However, it must be pleasing for the ex-Barcelona boss to see City hoover up another of Europe’s most promising talents.