Queens Park Rangers have had a bid for DJ Campbell accepted by Blackpool.
The 29-year-old has a clause in his contract which would allow him to speak to any club that offered £1.25million for his services.
Campbell was one of the beacons of success for the Seasiders last year as they were relegated from the top flight.
His return of 13 goals from 31 appearances made him one of the highest scoring Englishmen in the Premier League last season.
He will now discuss personal terms with Rangers over the coming days as they look to secure his services.
Meanwhile, Rangers stalwart Bradley Orr insists their fervent team spirit could prove decisive for the upcoming season.
It is the first time Rangers have been in the top flight since 1996 and much has changed since their last appearance at this level.
However, skill and fitness levels may have improved, but the staples of the British game - grit and desire have remained ever present.
"Team spirit was massive last year - we have got men in this dressing room that would die for each other," Orr told the club's official website.
"There's winners in this dressing room and when you know you can look a team-mate in the eye and see he's given everything for the cause that makes for a really positive team spirit.
"That will be a massive factor for us over the course of the season."
Adel Taarabt's proposed move to Paris St Germain has been blocked by the Rangers board and Orr is delighted he will be at Loftus Road for the new campaign.
"He's our captain and out talisman and he makes things happen," he added.
"He can turn a game on the drop of a hat, so it's positive that he's staying."