New Blackburn boss Owen Coyle has been busy in the transfer market since his appointment at Ewood Park bringing in former Celtic striker Anthony Stokes on a free transfer as well as West Ham United defender Stephen Hendrie on loan, and now he wants to add Graham to his squad.
Graham spent the second half of last season on loan at Ewood Park, finishing as the club’s top scorer with seven goals in 18 appearances.
The former Watford and Swansea City striker is looking for a new club after seeing out his contract at Sunderland earlier this month.
A number of clubs have expressed an interest in Graham, but it appears Blackburn are in pole position to land the well-travelled forward.
Blackburn chief Coyle admitted earlier this week that the club had made Graham a good offer to join the club on a permanent basis and now the 30-year-old is ready to accept the deal as he looks to kick-start his career after a disappointing spell at Sunderland.