Wycombe Wanderers midfielder Nick Freeman has agreed a deal to join Leyton Orient, Football Insider can reveal.
He has not made the matchday squad for Wycombe’s last four games across all competitions.
A recruitment source has told Football Insider the League Two club have had a loan bid accepted for the 25-year-old.
Freeman signed his first professional deal at Adams Park in the summer of 2016 after impressing on trial.
He had previously played for non-league sides Histon and Hemel Hempstead Town but emerged as a key part of Wycombe’s rise up the leagues.
Gareth Ainsworth’s side won promotion from League Two in Freeman’s first season at the club and won the League One play-offs last term.
The Stevenage-born ace began his professional career with Wycombe Wanderers as a winger but has moved more central in recent seasons.
Across his 126 games for the Chairboys, he has played on both wings, in the middle of midfield, at right-back and as a striker.
He will be hoping to earn a second promotion from League Two with Orient who currently occupy the final play-off spot, but have played more games than sides below them.
Manager Ross Embleton has already added midfielder Dan Kemp on a permanent deal from West Ham United this month as they look to mount a promotion charge.
Orient have won their last three League Two games and are just three points off the automatic promotion places.
In other news, Football Insider can reveal Wycombe’s Championship rivals Bournemouth are set to sell a defender to Cardiff City.