Newcastle United have accepted a bid for Nolberto Solano from Aston Villa.
Both parties have confirmed that an agreement has been reached regarding the player and that a move is now dependent on Solano.
The popular right-sided midfielder will travel to the Midlands this afternoon to discuss personal terms with the club.
The talented Peruvian winger has become disgruntled with life at St. James' Park this season after several altercations with manager Sir Bobby Robson.
Solano has previously been linked with a move to ambitious Birmingham City, but in now appears a switch to Villa is in the offing.
The wideman has become increasingly frustrated at being substituted in matches and he showed his disdain for his managerís decisions in Newcastle's recent FA Cup defeat to Liverpool.
Villa boss David O'Leary is currently in the process of rebuilding his squad and would see Solano's signature as a major coup in his attempts to secure European football.
Newcastle fans will be loath to see the departure of the popular winger, but with Robson having sanctioned a deal, the Peruvian's spell on Tyneside looks to be coming to an end