Leeds United are close to signing RB Leipzig midfielder Tyler Adams in a deal believed to be around £20m.
The 23-year-old USA international is scheduled to undergo a medical on Wednesday before the switch is closed.
It is hoped that the transfer will be made in time for Adams to be included in the Leeds squad that travels to Australia for a three-match round next week.
United are also hoping to sign Feyenoord winger Luis Sinistera.
Elland Road play their first pre-season game against Blackpool in York on Thursday, but last season’s top scorer Ravenha has yet to join the squad.
His future appears to lie with Chelsea or Barcelona, but if no agreement is reached this week, the Brazil international is expected to be in the traveling group for matches on the Gold Coast and Perth.
Adams is familiar with Leeds chief Jesse Marsh, having played for him in the New York Red Bulls and Leipzig.
He played 101 games for the German club Leipzig and scored two goals after his transfer in 2019 from the sister team in the American League.
The defensive midfielder is distinguished by being versatile, having played as a right-back, full-back and winger for Leipzig.
Leeds sold England midfielder Calvin Phillips to Manchester City for £45m on Monday.
Adams will become Leeds’ third summer signing from Red Bull’s group of clubs, after signing Salzburg duo Brenden Aronson and Rasmus Christensen.
Mark Rocca has also joined Elland Road from Bayern Munich, as well as young Manchester City player Darko Gyabi.