Eastlands boss wants Stadio Friuli deal done quickly.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini wants the transfer for Udinese winger Alexis Sanchez to be settled quickly.
The Daily Star reports Mancini is concerned about Inter Milan hovering around the 22-year-old.
Mancini does not want to be messed around and if the Chilean international does not move to Eastlands, the Italian will switch attention to Atletico Madrid’s Sergio Aguero.
The Argentine hit-man has issued a transfer request to Atletico. His buy-out clause is £40m, but City face competition from Real Madrid.
But the Blues appear to be in a strong position as Atletico have declared they will not sell to their local rivals.
Sanchez, who can play as a winger or striker, was the key figure in stearing Udinese into a Champions League spot but is worried about moving to England.
With Emmanuel Adebayor, Craig Bellamy and Roque Santa Cruz all set to leave Eastlands this summer, Mancini is ready to revamp his strike force.
He also knows he could lose Carlos Tevez but he is fighting to keep hold of his skipper. The Argentine international recently turned down a £20million-a-year offer from Juventus.