Paris St Germain and Manchester City have reached an agreement over the transfer of Carlos Tevez, according to reports in France.
Tevez has been strongly linked with a move to Italy after Inter Milan tabled a £20.7m bid for his signature on Monday.
But PSG appear to have blown Inter out of the water with their offer for the wantaway Argentina striker.
French agency Agence France Presse claims they have agreed a deal with the Premier League leaders worth an initial €29million, with a further €8million in add-ons.
PSG's Qatari Owners are determined to make the club one of the biggest in Europe and now hope they can persuade the player to join them.
Carlo Ancelotti recently took over the French club and will be hoping that he can build his side around Tevez.
The 27-year-old is desperate to get his career back on track after falling out with Roberto Mancini and could secure his move in the next few days.