Leicester have won the race to sign Lincoln winger Dany N'Guessan, skysports.com understands.
A host of clubs were hoping to sign the young Frenchman, but Championship-bound Leicester have agreed a deal to land N'Guessan on a free transfer when his contract expires later this summer.
Lincoln were resigned to losing N'Guessan after the former Rangers youngster rejected the chance to extend his deal at the League Two club.
The 21-year-old has impressed hugely since moving to Sincil Bank in 2007 and Leicester believe he will be a valuable addition to their squad as they prepare for life back in the Championship next season.
Leicester have offered N'Guessan a three-year deal at the Walkers Stadium and he is expected to finalise his switch next month.