Fulham are ready to turn Cardiff City goalkeeper Tony Warner’s loan spell into a permanent move.
Warner, 31, arrived at Craven Cottage in August on a six-month deal after fellow keepers Mark Crossley and Jaroslav Drobny picked up injuries.
Now Fulham boss Chris Coleman is set to finalise a £100,000 transfer, which should go through later this week.
Warner, a former Liverpool and Millwall player, is expected to sign a deal that will run until the end of next season.
“Nothing has been completed yet, but we’d be delighted for Tony to sign for Fulham,” said Bluebirds manager Dave Jones.