Lille have confirmed a fee has been agreed with Paris St Germain to sign goalkeeper Mickael Landreau.
The 30-year-old revealed earlier in the week that he had reached a deal with Lille and was waiting for the two clubs to settle on a price.
A figure in the region of 2million euros (£1.7million) has now been agreed and Landreau should seal his move within the next few days.
Confirming PSG had accepted an offer, Lille chairman Michel Seydoux said: "All the parties have found an agreement.
"We are very happy to welcome him. He really wanted to come. It is real proof of trust and ambition."
Landreau joined PSG in 2006 from Nantes and is expected to be replaced at the Parc des Princes by Atletico Madrid keeper Gregory Coupet.