St Andrew’s goal shy striker is heading to the Britannia Stadium.
Stoke City and Birmingham City have agreed a £4million transfer for striker Cameron Jerome.
The 24-year-old will finally move from St Andrew’s after speculation has surrounded him all summer.
Bolton Wanderers and QPR have been tracking his progress but Stoke seem to have got their man.
The signing of Jerome may not be the last for the Potters today, with Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner in town for a medical and to discuss personal terms.
Stoke boss Tony Pulis wanted to strngthen his attacking options and it looks like he has finally done so.
He failed in bids to lure Carlton Cole, Peter Crouch and Romelu Lukaku to the Britannia but looks on the verge of securing top talent.
Transfer deadline day promises to be a hectic one at St Andrew’s, with a number of comings and goings in the pipeline.
It is also believed prized centre-back Scott Dann is in Blackburn for talks and a medical with Rovers but a fee is yet to be agreed, with QPR waiting to pounce.
His proposed move to Arsenal or Liverpool seems to be off as they have recruited elsewhere.