West Bromwich Albion have reached a £15m agreement with Huddersfield for striker Karlan Grant.
Both parties have been negotiating on the deal over a month, mainly over the structure of payments and the two clubs have now reached an agreement in that area.
The striker is due to have his medical on Thursday at the Hawthorns and West Brom will pay the majority of the transfer fee in installments.
The 23-year-old striker will be West Brom’s ninth signing of the transfer window since gaining promotion back to the Premier League.
Slaven Bilic was keen to improve his forward line throughout the summer and Grant was identified as one of his top targets.
Grant scored 19 goals in 44 appearances for Huddersfield last season including a goal against West Brom in a 4-2 defeat at The Hawthorns.
Grant has not featured in any match for Huddersfield this season.
The striker began his career with Charlton Athletic, coming through the academy of the South London club.
There he made 98 appearances for the club scoring 21 goals before making the move to Huddersfield in January 2018.