Manchester United midfielder Corry Evans is expected to sign for Hull City after agreeing terms with the npower Championship club.
The Northern Ireland international has been on loan at the KC Stadium since January and, according to BBC Sport, will officially sign for the Tigers on May 8.
It has been reported that United have accepted a fee in the region of £500,000, which will rise should the 20-year-old help Nigel Pearson's side seal promotion.
Despite signing professional terms at Old Trafford at the age of 17, Evans has never made a competitive appearance for United.
The youngster followed in the footsteps of his older brother - Jonny Evans - by making the move to Old Trafford from Greenisland FC, but has failed to make the same impact at United.
Jonny has established himself as a regular member of Sir Alex Ferguson's side, and has made 76 appearances for United in all competitions. The 24-year-old is set to return to the United squad for tomorrow night's encounter with Newcastle, having been sent off at Old Trafford last month.