Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is set to depart the Camp Nou after English Premier League side, Chelsea FC agreed a deal with Barcelona to sign the striker.
According to Sky Sports, Chelsea are understood to be paying in the region of £10m plus Spanish left-back, Marcos Alonso, for the former Arsenal striker.
Aubameyang has been given permission to fly to the UK for his medical and to finalise the deal, with personal terms not expected to be a problem.
This comes days after the Gabon striker suffered a minor fracture of his jaw after robbers attacked and robbed him in his home over the weekend.
Reports revealed that the Gabonese, who is expected to be out of action for three weeks, can resume non-contact training next week.
Aubameyang moved to Barcelona on a free transfer from Arsenal in January. He had three years left on his contract.
Although Thomas Tuchel has been reluctant to talk about Aubameyang in public he is keen to work again with a player who scored 79 goals for him in two seasons at Borussia Dortmund.