BARCELONA have agreed a two-year deal with Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta, according to reports.
The Spaniard, 32, is set to leave for free after a 10 year stint at Stamford Bridge.
His contract expires at the end of the season, and due to the sanctions that the UK Government have placed on Chelsea, the club currently cannot negotiate any new deals.
According to Spanish outlet AS, Barcelona have swooped in to put a huge offer on the table, of which Azpilicueta has agreed to.
The two-year deal will see the defender earn £11million per-season.
It also includes the option of a one-year extension.
Since joining the Blues in 2012, Azpilicueta has become one of the most successful Chelsea players of all time.
Earlier this year, he became the first player to win every trophy possible with the club.
But, he is not the only player looking to swap Stamford Bridge for Camp Nou.
Andreas Christensen is also set to make the switch as he has reportedly agreed a five-year deal with the Spanish giants.
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Barcelona have also been linked with Marcos Alonso, who is keen to move back to Spain this summer.
Chelsea’s financial woes are set to be resolved sooner rather than later after the club agreed a £4.25billion takeover deal with Todd Boehly’s consortium.
The deal is set to be completed by the end of May, but approval is still needed from the Premier League and the Government.