Sheffield Wednesday have agree to sign Sabri Sarıoğlu from Turkish side Galatasaray, according to reports in his homeland.
Turkish outlet Karar is one of many to claim the defender has agreed a deal with with the Owls when his contract expires.
Sarıoğlu, 31, is a right-back with huge experience, and is expected to add to his 43 international caps with Turkey at Euro 2016 this summer.
He made six appearances for Galatasaray in the Champions League this season, and has made 40 appearances in all competitions.
Sarıoğlu's contract expires at the end of June, and Karar claim Sheffield Wednesday have struck a deal to bring him aboard.
The Owls have a Championship play-off game against Brighton this evening, and Sarioglu would be an impressive addition to help them either in the Premier League next season or with another promotion attempt next year.
Also capable of playing on the wing or in central midfield, Sarıoğlu has won six Turkish titles during his career.