Striker Charlie Sheringham has agreed personal terms with Bournemouth, according to Cherries manager Lee Bradbury.
The son of ex-England international Teddy Sheringham has been training with the npower League One side this week after his current club Dartford agreed a fee for the forward over the weekend.
And Bradbury told the Dartford Messenger: "It looks like we've agreed personal terms as well as a fee for him.
"We've been tracking him for a little bit and our chief scout's been watching him as well. It will be (completed) probably on Thursday.
"His finishing was fantastic in training and hopefully he can step up to play in League One and be a good player for us in the future."