West Ham are reportedly on the verge of tying up transfers for Issa Diop and Felipe Anderson.
Representatives from West Ham and Lazio met in Rome on Wednesday to agree a fee in the region of €30million, plus 20% of any fee from a future sale.
Sky in Italy report that Lazio sporting director Igli Tare will fly to London on Thursday to conclude a deal.
Anderson is keen to move to the Premier League to work with new manager Manuel Pellegrini and personal terms are close to being agreed on a deal worth a reported £80,000 a week.
Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio also claims the Brazil midfielder, who joined Lazio from Santos for £6.75m in 2013, is heading to east London.
Sky report that a deal worth up to €25m from Toulouse is in the pipeline
“A deal was agreed in principle on Wednesday afternoon for the highly-rated 21-year-old centre-back,” claim the broadcaster.
But the Daily Mirror claim this morning that Marco Silva is also keen on the captain of the France U23 side.