Fenerbahce striker Mateja Kezman is set to join French side PSG.
The clubs have reached agreement over the transfer of the former Chelsea hitman, 29, after PSG coach Paul Le Guen had originally targeted Rennes' Jimmy Briand.
The Serbian now needs to sort out a financial matter with the Turkish side which means he should not officially join the French outfit before next week.
Le Guen told L'Equipe: "Our chairman called me on Thursday to tell me an agreement has been found between both sides (for the transfer of Kezman).
"I took good note of his possible arrival. I had other priorities in that position, but I will do my best for him to adapt well. He is a player of quality."
Meanwhile, Le Guen wants to recruit another central defender, with Lamine Diatta thought to be a candidate for the role.
He added: "I have a good group. But, having enough defenders is something and asking for an additional centre defender is different. Both things can be right..."