Dundee United striker Francisco Sandaza is on the brink of a move to Championship club Swansea.
The 25-year-old Spaniard, who was plagued by injuries last season, has been given the green light to leave Tannadice by manager Peter Houston.
Sandaza, who has made a total of 43 appearances for United, scoring 11 goals, impressed while on trial at the Liberty Stadium last week, and Swans boss Brendan Rodgers is set to offer him a permanent deal.
"Fran looks to be moving on and I believe Swansea have agreed a package with him," Houston said in the Daily Record.
"He is one of our top earners but because of his fitness problems we've not been able to get him on the pitch and Swansea are willing to take a chance on him."
Sandaza, who has a year remaining on his United contract, missed the first seven months of their last campaign with serious hernia problems and did not return to action until March this year.
Then, following just eight appearances, the forward tore a hamstring during a 2-0 defeat to Celtic at the end of April and was ruled out for the rest of the season.