Jack Robinson has undergone a Sheffield United medical as he puts the finishing touches to joining from Nottingham Forest in a deal worth £1million.
Football Insider revealed earlier today the fee including add-ons had been agreed between the two clubs following talks in recent days.
A Blades source has told Football Insider that the club have agreed personal terms with the defender, 26, and his transfer is set to be announced imminently, possibly even later today.
He is putting pen to paper on what is expected to be a two-and-a-half year contract that runs until the summer of 2022.
United have moved to sign Robinson after he lost his place in the Forest starting XI over the last month.
With his contract due to expire in the summer, the east Midlands club have decided to cash in on the player 18 months after his arrival from QPR.
Robinson is set to understudy regular Blades left-back Enda Stevens, who has been outstanding for them this term.
Manager Chris Wilder has made a habit of signing EFL players for bargain prices and moulding them into key men in his high-achieving side.
United have had an outstanding season back in the Premier League and are seventh following their 1-1 draw at Arsenal.
Robinson graduated from the Liverpool academy but has made only three Premier League appearances in his career.
Nevertheless, he has extensive Championship experience from spells at Forest, QPR, Huddersfield Town and Blackpool.
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