Skysports.com understands Madjid Bougherra has agreed personal terms with West Bromwich Albion after shunning Rangers.
West Brom agreed a fee, in the region of £2million, with Charlton Athletic for the defender earlier this week.
Bougherra has been at the Hawthorns to discuss his contract and is now understood to have accepted an offer.
The Algeria international had been wanted by several other clubs, with Real Betis and Rangers among his suitors.
However, he has opted for a move to the Premier League and should finalise his switch in the coming days.
The 25-year-old has made 38 appearances for Charlton since joining in a £2.5million deal from Sheffield Wednesday 18 months ago.