Manchester City have reportedly agreed a deal with Rochdale for youngster Kwadwo Baah.
Pep Guardiola has frequently insisted that the Premier League leaders will not be making any first-team additions before Monday's transfer deadline.
However, Sky Sports News says that City have negotiated a deal with Rochdale for Baah, who has impressed during his first full season in League One.
The 18-year-old has contributed three goals from his 28 appearances in the first team, with all but seven of those outings coming in the third tier.
City will allow Baah to see out the season at Spotland before he links up with the English giants in the summer.
The winger's contract had been due to expire at the end of the season, a scenario which forced Rochdale into cashing in on his signature.