Sky Sports understands that Crawley Town have agreed a deal with Rotherham United for Lewis Grabban.
The 24-year-old striker has attracted the interest of a number of clubs, but Crawley have taken pole position after concluding an agreement with Rotherham.
The Red Devils tried to sign Grabban back in January, but could not get the deal done.
Now the club, fresh from winning promotion to League One, have returned and have now come to agreement with Rotherham.
Grabban is now due for talks with Crawley, who hope to seal a quick deal with a number of their future League One rivals thought to be looking at making a move.
The former Millwall striker joined Rotherham last summer and enjoyed a very good season in South Yorkshire with 21 goals.