Manchester City have already confirmed the signing of Bernardo Silva, and Pep Guardiola is reportedly closing in on two more big-money signings.
Guardiola has already begun his clear out, as five players have been released in the last week.
The Citizens signed Silva from Monaco for a reported fee of £43 million on Friday, but the former Barcelona manager is targeting more signings.
According to the the Daily Mail, City are looking to sign Monaco left-back Benjamin Mendy and Benfica goalkeeper, Ederson.
Mendy is reportedly valued at €45 million, and City are believed to be in pole position to sign the defender ahead of Manchester United and Liverpool, after talks have already taken place.
The Daily Mail also claim City are looking to bolster their goalkeeping department with Benfica's 23-year-old goalkeeper Ederson.
The Brazilian has a release clause of £38million and City remain strongly interested in the player, although the only stumbling block would be the player's third party ownership.
City have already parted ways with Argentine goalkeeper, Will Caballero, while Joe Hart is expected to be sold when he returns from his loan spell in Torino.
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