Manchester City winger Scott Sinclair is set to West Bromwich on a season-long loan, according to Metro.
The 24-year-old is expected to complete his move either later today or tomorrow morning after completing a medical and agreeing personal terms.
It is reported that the Baggies will pay City around £2million for the loan with the option to permanently extend the deal next summer.
The former Swansea employee had sparked interest from former club Southampton after failing to break through to the City first-team since he joined in 2012.
The winger endured a nightmare spell at the Etihad Stadium, having joined for £8million, and made started just twice in the Premier League under former manager Roberto Mancini.
Manger Steve Clarke is keen to complete the deal which would then allow Sinclair to make Bromwich debut against Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday.
The winger started his career at Bristol Rovers before signing for Chelsea as a teenager. Since then, he has had loan spells at Plymouth, Queens Park Rangers, Charlton, Crystal Palace, Birmingham and Wigan – before his permanent switch to the Welsh club Swansea.
Sinclair will now be hoping to re-capture the form he showed to gain a place for Team GB’s side and the London Olympics to put him in contention for the England squad with the World Cup in 2014 fast approaching.
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