Stoke have agreed a fee with Liverpool for Reds midfielder Charlie Adam.
The Potters had already confirmed that Adam was at their training ground this morning to undergo a medical with a view to a permanent move, and have now announced that agreement has been reached on a fee for the player.
It is believed Stoke were looking to pay around £4million for the 26-year-old Scotland international.
A statement on the club's official website said: "Stoke City have confirmed that they have agreed a fee with Liverpool over the signing of Scottish international Charlie Adam.
"The 26-year-old midfielder is currently at the club's Clayton Wood training ground for discussions over personal terms and to undergo a medical."
Liverpool also confirmed the same news on their official website.
It was only last summer that Kenny Dalglish signed Adam for the Reds from Blackpool.
He had been a star performer for the Seasiders, but has struggled to make a significant impact at Anfield and this season, under Dalglish's successor Brendan Rodgers, he has made just one start so far.
Adam did not feature in the squads for Liverpool's Barclays Premier League clash with Manchester City on Sunday or their Europa League qualifying play-off second-leg against Hearts last night, and it now seems his time with the Merseyside club is coming to an end.