Fulham winger Bobby De Cordova-Reid is close to completing a free transfer to Leicester City, according to the Daily Telegraph.

The Jamaican international has turned down a new deal at Craven Cottage and is set to become Steve Cooper’s second signing since his appointment as Enzo Maresca’s successor at the King Power Stadium. The 31 year-old is set to have a medical with the Foxes in the next 24 hours and the Telegraph’s John Percy reports that he has rejected offers from several other Premier League sides.

De Cordova-Reid’s decision to move on ends five years at Craven Cottage. The versatile performer, who helped Fulham regain their top flight status in Marco Silva’s first season at the helm, made 209 appearances for the Whites, scoring 32 goals.