Anderlecht have announced that an agreement has been reached with Liverpool to bring in Milan Jovanovic.
Jovanovic, 30, will sign a two-year deal if he successfully passes his medical on Thursday.
Jovanovic was signed by Rafa Benitez from Standard Liege on a lucrative deal following his free transfer.
But the Serbia attacker never really made an impact at Anfield and he looks to be on his way out as Kenny Dalglish continues to mould his new-look team.
"After long but successful negotiations with Liverpool, we have reached an agreement to sign Jovanovic for Anderlecht," Anderlecht spokesman David Steegen told Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws.
"The player is a major addition for the current squad and next to his talent he will also offer much-needed experience.'
General manager Herman Van Holsbeeck travelled personally to Liverpool to finish the negotiations.
He said: "The board is extremely happy we have completed the negotiations."