Oleksandr Zinchenko is expected to join Arsenal, and Kyle Walker has admitted that he will not play for Manchester City.
City have already sold one player to Arsenal this summer, with attacker Gabriel Jesus making the move to North London.
After clinching the Premier League title once again, Fernandinho and Raheem Sterling have departed.
Pep Guardiola is preparing to fire another first-team player, though Zinchenko is leaving City for an Arsenal move.
Oleksandr Zinchenko is set to join Arsenal.
Mikel Arteta, the Arsenal manager who chased Jesus' return, has managed to snap up Zinchenko.
The Gunners are desperate to sign a left-sided defender who is versatile.
Lisandro Martinez was their first target due to his versatility to play left back and centre back, but he has now joined Manchester United.
Arsenal opted for Zinchenko, who is unable to play at centre back but offers excellent options at left back and in the central midfield.
Arsenal's new strategy will be fantastic, and a 30-million-plus-2million-plus-ons agreement is imminent.
Zinchenko is reportedly off for a medical with Arsenal, and is trading City's training camp in Houston for Arsenal's in Florida.
Zinchenko has been on the City books for six years now and has become a loving partner throughout the team, even if he hasnt always been a regular starter.
Kyle Walker, a City teammate, has now expressed his concern about the prospect of a move.
Walker has told Sky Sports that Zinchenko is a popular player in the City ranks and that he expects everything to go well for him in terms of his contract and medical at Arsenal.
Walker said that Zinchenko will be greatly missed at the Etihad Stadium, but City simply must move on and deal with his leaving as best they can.
Assuming everything goes well for Oleks on his medical and obviously personal terms and whatever Arsenal has agreed on, as you can see with the lads and throughout the training and throughout the staff, he is a very popular guy, according to Walker.
He will be a disappointment, but football goes on. We have to deal with it, it's a little hurdle that we have to overcome, and we have to deal with the players we've recruited.