The latest superseding criminal information released on Friday by special counsel Robert Mueller distilled the charges against Manafort down to two - conspiracy against the United States and conspiracy to obstruct justice.
Manafort has been holed up in jail pending his second trial after Berman revoked his $10 million bond earlier this summer.
The charges include conspiracy against the United States and conspiracy to obstruct justice.
It is not clear whether any agreement with prosecutors would require Manafort to co-operate with special counsel Robert Mueller's ongoing investigation into possible co-ordination between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.
President Trump has the power to grant Manafort a pardon for the eight counts he was convicted of in Alexandria as well as any charges he could be convicted of in the second trial-and for that matter, any convictions that may result if he were retried on the ten mistrial charges.
A jury in Alexandria convicted Manafort on eight counts of bank and tax fraud charges in late August, in what was widely viewed as a victory for Mueller's team and which represented the special counsel's first court test in the sprawling Russian Federation investigation.
President Trump has not said whether he would pardon Manafort, but the president has not publicly ruled it out.
Manafort is due in D.C. federal court at 11 a.m. ET for an arraignment and plea agreement hearing.
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Paul Manafort (centre) is heckled as he walks into court.
In the new filing, prosecutors dropped the bulk of the charges against Manafort, filing new paperwork that includes just two counts that resemble in many ways the original allegations made in an indictment past year.
At the time of Mr Gates' plea, Manafort issued a statement saying he "had hoped and expected my business colleague would have had the strength to continue the battle to prove our innocence".
President Donald Trump with Paul Manafort (far right) and Rick Gates (centre).
Judge TS Ellis declared a mistrial on 10 other charges after the jury failed to reach a verdict.
In commissioning white-shoe USA law firm Skadden Arps to write a report evaluating the trial of Yakuovych's political opponent Yulia Tymoshenko, Manafort helped the government of Ukraine hide the tremendous sum paid to the firm for this work.
By pleading guilty, Manafort is admitting to all of the alleged crimes with which he is charged that were related to his foreign lobbying efforts. He is also accused of tampering with witnesses in the case. Court papers filed in the case indicated that he could have faced between 15 and 19 and-a-half years in prison under federal guidelines.
Manafort was one of three key Trump associates who participated in the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer, which was set up after Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr.