Norwich City have agreed a deal to sign Motherwell central midfielder David Turnbull this summer.
According to Scottish outlet Daily Record, Norwich have had a bid accepted for Turnbull.
The report claims that Celtic have withdrawn from the race to sign him after they failed to agree personal terms with the midfielder.
Celtic had agreed a £3.25m for Turnbull, but he declined their contract offer of £10k-per-week as part of a four-year deal.
Turnbull enjoyed a superb season for Motherwell as he notched 16 goals and eight assists in all competitions, attracting interest from a host of sides.
Norwich now seem set to win the race as the Daily Record claim that he will be traveling to East Anglia to discuss personal terms with the Canaries on Wednesday.
The 19-year-old would be Norwich’s second signing of the summer if he does complete a move to Carrow Road, joining Patrick Roberts – who joined on loan from Manchester City.
How Norwich's midfield could line up next season
Tom Trybull: DM
The German should be starting as the first of two sitting midfielders in the side.
Kenny McLean: DM
Despite some stern competition from Mario Vrancic and Mo Leitner, McLean should be given the chance to start the season in midfield.
There are no doubts about Buendia’s place in Norwich’s starting line up for the Premier League.
We will all be looking forward to some whacky goal celebrations from the German next term.
The frustrating nature of Onel Hernandez could give Roberts the chance to nail down a place out on the wing.