The Yankees are finalizing a trade of Sonny Gray to the Reds, reports Jon Heyman of FanCred.
According to Heyman, the Yanks will be getting infield prospect Shed Long, a draft pick, and potentially one other "lesser" piece from the Reds.
Long is the seventh-ranked prospects in the Reds farm system.
SNYtv's Andy Martino reported Friday that the Giants and Padres were also talking to the Yankees about Gray.
The Reds had been interested in Gray since early in the offseason, but the Yankees briefly shelved talks revolved around dealing the 29-year-old after CC Sabathia underwent a heart procedure and his status for the 2019 was unclear.
Sabathia was recently given the clearance to pitch, though, and interest ramped back up, with at least six teams inquiring about Gray.
The Yankees recently avoided arbitration with Gray, agreeing to a $7.5 million deal for 2019.
In addition to Gray, teams have also been inquiring about relievers Tommy Kahnle and Jonathan Holder.