Tottenham Hotspur has agreed to pay Nottingham Forest £45 Million For forward Brennan Johnson.
The 22-year-old will help to replace Harry Kane, who joined Bayern Munich earlier this summer.
Spurs will pay £47.5m for Johnson with a 10 percent sell-on clause, although further discussions with Forest are required over the structure of the payments.
Forest was not keen to sell Johnson and held out for an offer worth in the region of their £50m asking price.
Spurs want a versatile forward who can play multiple roles in Ange Postecoglou front three – and Johnson fits the bill.
If Johnson does swap the East Midlands for Spurs, he will be able to compete with Dejan Kulusevski on the right wing, Heung-Min Son on the left wing, and Richarlison through the middle.
Nottingham Forest would go harder in a bid to sign Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Brennan lined up on the wing, behind the striker, and as the central forward at various points last season as Forest boss Steve Cooper made different tactical changes.