Norwich City and Huddersfield Town have reached an agreement over the transfer of Alex Pritchard, according to journalist Dean Jones.
Twitter: Hearing that an agreement for Alex Pritchard to join Huddersfield from Norwich has been reached. The move will go ahead (@DeanJonesBR)
HITC are also reporting that a deal has been agreed, with Alex Pritchard seemingly on his way to the Premier League.
Reports earlier suggested that Huddersfield had made an improved offer for Pritchard, having had a £5m offer turned down earlier this week.
The Englishman is thought to be keen on the move to Huddersfield in a bid to test himself in the Premier League.
Huddersfield are 11th in the Premier League and managed by highly-rated head coach David Wagner.
Pritchard only recently returned from injury, with one goal and two assists since his return to action in the Championship.
He joined Norwich in the summer of 2016 for a fee in the region of £8.5m from Tottenham.