Cardiff manager Malky Mackay has confirmed he is in talks with former Rangers and Celtic striker Kenny Miller.
The Championship club have matched Bursaspor's asking price, which was more than double the £400,000 bid that Rangers failed to bring the 31-year-old back to Ibrox with.
Their offer has been accepted by the Turkish side and the Bluebirds are now discussing personal terms with the Scotland international.
"We've been in talks with Miller," Mackay said. "Bursaspor have accepted a bid and we're trying to get it done.
"I've explained my thoughts on Cardiff and what we can offer him.
"He's a top footballer and getting better and better."
Rangers look set to end their pursuit of Miller, who scored 21 goals for the Scottish champions last season before his January move to Turkey, where he has failed to settle.
Mackay added: "I can only control what I can control and that's my club. If other clubs make bids, that's up to them."