Aston Villa have marked forward Bertrand Traore from Lyon for an undisclosed charge, subject to global leeway.
Burkina Faso worldwide Traore started his senior profession with Villa's Premier League rivals Chelsea and has likewise had advance spells with Dutch clubs Vitesse and Ajax.
The 25-year-old lifts Villa's assaulting choices further after the appearance of Ollie Watkins from Brentford for a club-record £28million prior this month.
Subtleties of Traore's agreement at Villa Park have not been reported by the club.
Manor supervisor Dean Smith told his club's site: "We're charmed that Bertrand has decided to come to Villa.
"He's a player with gigantic ability who will truly improve our assaulting choices."
Manor got away from assignment on the last day of last season in the wake of winning advancement through the Sky Bet Championship end of the season games.
The club, who have likewise as of late marked goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez and full-back Matty Cash, kick off their first class crusade at home to Sheffield United on Monday evening.