Liverpool forward Rhian Brewster is set to finish paperwork for Sheffield United in a club record bargain worth £23.5m.
The bundle for the England Under-21 global incorporates a repurchase alternative for a very long time and the Reds will get 15% of any sell-on charge.
Brewster, 20, helped England win the Under-17 World Cup in 2017 and scored 11 objectives in 22 appearances while borrowed at Swansea City last season.
The Blades are yet to score in three Premier League games this season.
A few English first class clubs - including Aston Villa, Brighton, Burnley, Crystal Palace, Fulham and Newcastle United - had asked about marking Brewster borrowed.
He won the Golden Boot with eight objectives at the Under-17 World Cup, playing in an England group close by Manchester City midfielder Phil Foden and Borussia Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho.
"I can't affirm that it's totally been done yet we have been in exchanges with Liverpool for some time and conversations between the player and the club are as yet continuous," said Blades supervisor Chris Wilder on Friday.
"There's nothing to declare right now except for we are down the line.
"It is a zone we have to improve and that is not being insolent to the strikers we as of now have here. We need rivalry in the gathering."
Brewster has recuperated in the wake of enduring a genuine lower leg injury in January 2018 which precluded him for the remainder of that season.
The forward has shown up, three of every 2019-20 cup rivalries and once as a substitute in the punishment shootout rout by Arsenal in this current season's Community Shield.
Sheffield United's past record marking was the £22m they paid for Norwegian midfielder Sander Berge from Belgian side Genk in January.
Sharp edges forward Lys Mousset is out harmed while Oli Burke is yet to get off the imprint since he showed up as a component of a trade manage Callum Robinson, who has scored twice for this new side West Brom this season.
David McGoldrick is viewed as a connection up player and just scored twice in the Premier League last season.
More out of control's side, who are nineteenth in the Premier League, have an intense run of up and coming installations. They travel to Arsenal on Sunday before an excursion to support Liverpool on 24 October and they at that point have Manchester City seven days after the fact.