Manchester City striker Craig Bellamy is on his way to Liverpool to complete a medical ahead of a sensational deadline day return to Merseyside reports Goal.com.
The 32-year-old Welsh international has been given permission by Wales boss Gary Speed to leave his national training camp at Celtic Manor ahead of proposed talks with his former club.
Reds boss Kenny Dalglish is keen to complete a move for the player as quickly as possible amid late interest from QPR, but Liverpool are believed to still be locked in talks with City officials over the agreed structure of any deal.
After David N'Gog was seen leaving Anfield earlier today with a view to completing a £4million switch to Bolton, Liverpool have moved quickly to step up their interest in Bellamy who is now believed to be en route to the club.
QPR's interest stems from the recent Loftus Road takeover by Tony Fernandes, as Rangers boss Neil Warnock looks to make a number of ambitious permanent and loan transfers before the end of tonight's deadline, but it is widely believed that Bellamy would favour a return to Liverpool.