Burnley look set to beat Aston Villa, Leicester City and Norwich City in the race to sign West Brom striker Jay Rodriguez.
According to the John Percy of the Telegraph, the Clarets will pay the Baggies £10 million to bring the Englishman back to Turf Moor ahead of the new season.
Burnley will reportedly pay the fee in two payments, with £5 million up front and a further £5 million guaranteed in 12 months time.
Villa, Leicester and Norwich have all shown interest in the forward after the 29-year-old scored 22 times under both Darren Moore and James Shan last season.
Rodriguez came through the youth system in Lancashire and spent five professional years with Burnley before leaving for Southampton in 2012.
Sean Dyche took over at the club just after Rodriguez left for the Saints and now looks set to win the race to bring the player back to the Premier League.
The news will come as a big blow to Baggies boss Slaven Bilic, who would have been hoping to keep hold of Rodriguez after losing star defender Craig Dawson to Watford in recent weeks.
Salomon Rondon also looks set to leave The Hawthorns, which will leave Bilic short of attacking options ahead of the new season.
Four strikers West Brom could target to replace Rodriguez
Swansea striker McBurnie could be an ideal signing to lead the line next season. The Scot scored 22 Championship goals last season and could well be open on a move away from the Liberty Stadium this summer.
Gayle spent the season on loan at the Hawthorns and looks set to leave Newcastle again this summer. The Baggies could well be open to making Gayle’s move permanent with the funds they receive for Rodriguez.
Leeds striker Roofe has just 12 months left on his current Whites deal and could be a shrewd signing by the Baggies. The former West Brom youngster enjoyed a solid season at Elland Road under Marcelo Bielsa and has recently been linked with a move to Rangers.
Portsmouth’s Lowe is keen on a move away from Fratton Park this summer and could be a smart addition by the Baggies. Lowe can play out wide or in a more central role and could be prized away from his current club for a fee in the region of £3m.