Manchester United are said to have reached a "broad agreement" with Barcelona over a move for midfielder Frenkie de Jong.
Since the arrival of Erik ten Hag in the Old Trafford dugout, the Red Devils have been pursuing De Jong as their number one midfield target.
De Jong broke into the Ajax first team under Ten Hag, reaching the semi-finals of the 2018-19 Champions League before securing a £77m move to Barcelona in 2019.
The 25-year-old's contract at Camp Nou does not expire until the summer of 2026, which has allowed Barcelona to drive a hard bargain in negotiations with Ten Hag's side.
"The clubs have a broad agreement on a fee of around €65m (£56.2m) plus performance-related add-ons. Discussions continue over more details of the deal," Bridge said. Personal terms are not expected to be a problem and all parties are confident."
De Jong should therefore arrive as Ten Hag's first signing of the summer transfer window and prepares to leave Barcelona having scored 13 goals and set up 17 more in 139 appearances in all tournaments.
The Netherlands international has only won one Copa del Rey during his three years at Barcelona, while he collected an Eredivisie title and a KNVB Beker crown under Ten Hag at Ajax.
Matic has reunited with Jose Mourinho at Roma, while Pogba is thought to be closing in on a return to Juventus six years after leaving for Man United in an £89m deal.