Brentford have reached an agreement to sign Rangers starlet Nathan Young-Coombes and he will complete the move in June, Football Insider understands.
This site broke the news at 1pm on 4th February that the forward, 19, was in advanced talks to join the Championship promotion hopefuls on a summer deal.
There had been speculation Young-Coombes would leave Ibrox in the January window but a deal has now been settled for him to join high-flying Brentford when his Rangers contract ends in June.
As revealed by Football Insider, the west London club have agreed to pay Rangers a compensation fee of £100,000 for Young-Coombes.
The teenager is allowed to speak to other clubs as he is out of contract at the Light Blues in the summer.
Rangers do not want to lose Young-Coombes but the English youngster is keen to return to London.
He began his career in Chelsea’s youth academy before heading north of the border to the Scottish Premiership giants in February 2019.
At Rangers, Young-Coombes hoped to make a first-team impression but that has not happened.
The teenager has largely been involved with the club’s reserves and Under-19 squad during his two-year spell in Glasgow.
At Brentford, the plan is for him to initially link up with their ‘B’ squad while he continues his development before pushing for the first team.
Young-Coombes is a versatile forward who can operate in multiple positions in the modern mould, including wide and central positions.
Brentford are second in the Championship and just one place and point behind leaders Norwich City as they push for automatic promotion.