West Ham have had a £7.25m bid accepted for Norwich City striker Dean Ashton.
Ashton, 22, has agreed personal terms and will undergo a medical - with the Hammers hoping to unveil him before Monday night's game against Fulham.
The Hammers will pay £7m, plus a conditional £250,000, while Norwich have negotiated a 15% sell-on clause.
Ashton, a former England Under-21 international, scored 18 goals in 46 games for Norwich following a £3m move to Carrow Road from Crewe a year ago.
Crewe will receive £1.5m up front as part of a sell-on clause included in that deal, reports BBC Sport.
Norwich will receive an extra £125,000 if Ashton makes a competitive appearance for the senior England team and an extra £125,000 if West Ham qualify for Europe while Ashton is at the club.