Bristol City head coach Nigel Pearson says Ghana international Antoine Semenyo has been given permission to talk to Bournemouth ahead of a potential transfer in the current transfer window.
The forward has been a target for the Cherries in recent transfer windows, and interest in him has grown due to his success since the new year.
The Championship team had turned down Bournemouth’s initial two offers because they didn’t fit their valuation.
The Ghanaian has been given permission to speak with the Premier League team and has the chance to undergo a physical, according to Pearson, who also disclosed that both teams have already struck a deal.
“As we stand, Antoine is in discussions with Bournemouth, I can confirm that,” Pearson said.
“The driver of those types of situations are two clubs agreeing a fee. That’s happened now and the club will at some point disclose what that is but not today at a press conference.
“He’s been given permission to speak to the club and there will be an opportunity for a medical. That’s where we are with that and no real further comments on that at the moment. The most important fact to recognise at the moment is a fee has been agreed between the two clubs so now there are other factors to wait to see; one being a medical and one being agreeing personal terms.”
The forward was part of the Black Stars squad which played at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.