Leeds United have reportedly agreed a deal with Sunderland for the loan of Connor Wickham until the end of the season.
The 20-year-old's move is yet to be officially confirmed but, according to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Wickham should be a Leeds player in time for their Championship match against Queens Park Rangers this weekend.
Wickham is believed to have had a number of loan options and chosen Leeds over Sheffield Wednesday, with whom he was on loan during the first half of the season.
He had an impressive spell at Hillsborough, scoring eight goals in 11 league starts for the Owls.
If Wickham does move to Elland Road before this weekend, he will miss Sunderland's trip to Wembley on Sunday for the Capital One Cup final against Manchester City.