French goalkeeper Mickael Landreau has confirmed that he is set to join Lille.
The Paris Saint Germain shot-stopper had one year left on his current deal, but he has been keen to quit the club for some time.
Now he is ready to join Lille and he hopes the two clubs will soon strike an agreement.
"I have chosen to sign at Lille," said Landreau, who was also being tracked by Toulouse and St Etienne.
"I want a new adventure with another ambitious club. Lille is a sane and steady club.
"I am happy to go at Lille, [coach] Rudi Garcia wanted me for several months.
"It is a club with a human dimension, and a coherent project. I want to bring my experience to them.
"Now it is up to Paris and Lille to find a definitive agreement."
PSG have already lined up a replacement for Landreau with Gergory Coupet set to arrive from Atletico Madrid on a two-year deal.
As well as Landreau, Lille have struck a deal to sign AC Milan striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang on a season-long loan.