Hawthorns shot-stopper on his way to Bursaspor.
West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Scott Carson was on the verge of joining of Turkish football side Bursaspor.
The Baggies are currently negotiating a price with the Turks and a deal could be in place within the next 24 hours.
The 25-year-old join West Brom in 2008 for £3.25million from Liverpool. He only has one more left on his current contract and his club has decided to cash in on him.
The England international made 32 appearances for the club last season as promoted West Brom avoided relegation but only just missed out on a top-10 Premier League finish.
But manager Roy Hodgson is rumoured to be running the rule over a series of goalkeeping targets, it appears his time at the Hawthorns could be drawing to a close.
Bursaspor finished third in the Turkish league last season, qualifying for the Europa League, and contain stars like Jozy Altidore and Kenny Miller.
Meanwhile Baggies boss technical director Dan Ashworth has denied reports suggesting the club will sell stars Youssuf Mulumbu and Peter Odemwingie.
“Peter and Youssouf are not for sale,” he said. Odemwingie is a target for Arsenal and Mulumbu is wanted by Fiorentina.