Chelsea have reached an agreement with Genk over goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois.
Talks took place in London on Tuesday and De Standaard reports that a fee in the region of €6 million has been agreed.
Courtois, 19, is expected to remain at Genk next season before moving to Stamford Bridge in 2012.
He is apparently likely to sign a four- or five-year deal and father Thierry said: "Thibaut himself now has to see if he can agree personal terms."
Atletico Madrid had also been linked with a swoop for Courtois - as a replacement for David De Gea following his move to Manchester United - but the teenager's father, who also acts as his agent, recently claimed Stamford Bridge is his son's destination of choice.