Bruno Martins Indi is set to undergo the medicals before his transfer to Stoke City.
FC Porto defender spent the last season on loan at "The Potters" and manager Mark Hughes wanted to bring him permanently. Negotiations became difficult when the change the coach of the Dragons happened, and the transfer was questioned, but there was evidence that the two sides managed to reach an agreement. The Dutchman can return to Stoke even today.
"Sky Sports" announce that the 25-year-old will soon undergo medical tests and then sign a contract. The clubs have agreed that the Englishmen will pay 13.4 million euros for the defender. The player himself also agreed with his new-old club and if everything goes according to plan, he will represent their colors in the coming years. Thus, Indi will become Stoke's third summer gain previously these were Darren Fletcher from the WBA and Josh Tymon from Hull City.
Martins Indi was last season's primary player in Mark Hughes tactics. He played in 37 games in which he managed to score one goal.