A collection of deals that are reportedly very likely to be completed this summer.
The 26-year-old has found himself in demand this summer with both Manchester United and Chelsea sending scouts to watch him numerous times during the previous campaign.
The two clubs are believed to be close to agreeing a fee, which is rumoured to be in the region of £17million and talks between the player and the club are also thought to be at an advanced stage, with reports in Portuguese newspaper Record suggesting that Garay has already begun looking for a property in England.
Garay is quick, clever and comfortable with the ball at his feet bringing it out from defence. He is a key man for pressing whenever the side lose the ball, and is adept at making the right tackle at the right time.
He was a mainstay in the heart of Benfica’s defence last season making 41 appearances across all competitions and has been touted as a replacement for Nemanja Vidic, who has seen his career skid to a halt thanks to injury over the past two years,
Moyes has been given the green light to press ahead with an official move for Garay as the Portuguese giants have lined up Lisandro Ezequiel Lopez from Argentinian club Arsenal de Sarandi, to replace him and will make their move once they have received the cash from United.