Ahead of a reported €4 million move, Sparta Prague and Czech Republic winger Ladislav Krejci has landed in Bologna and is expected to undergo his medical tomorrow with the move also expected to be announced on the same day, Sky Italia report.
The 24-year-old was part of the Czech side who failed to escape the group stages at Euro 2016 and featured in all three of his nations games with Spain, Croatia and Turkey.
Last term Krejci appeared 42 times in all competitions and netted eight times and assisted on nine occasions as Sparta missed out on silverware for the second successive season.
Krejci has just a year remaining on his current deal so the Rudi are doing very well to earn such a fee for the player who came through their youth system before debuting in 2010 aged 18.
Rossoblu target Egyptian winger Fathi
Bologna have also been linked with Zamalek's Mostafa Fathi and are believed to have had an initial bid of a loan with option to buy totalling €1 million rejected Al-Ahram state.
Fathi has been courted by Inter, Empoli and Udinese also and it is believed it'll take four times was Bologna offered to guide him away from the Egyptian giants whom he is tied down to until 2018.
The 22-year-old is known for his dribbling ability and producing multiple magic moments in a match.
Fathi's compatriot Ramadan Sobhi had also been linked with a move to the Stadio Renato Dall'Ara but it appears that the 19-year-old is en route to the Premier League instead with Stoke City.
Emanuele Giaccherini, who spent last term on loan at the club and Alessio Cerci have also been reported as being targets for the ambitious club aiming to build on their 14th placed finish last term in their first season back in Serie A.