Dundee United's Danny Swanson is set to join Peterborough United at the end of his contract.
The 25-year-old midfielder has had an injury-hit 12 months, and will be leaving Tannadice when his deal expires.
The former Berwick Rangers man had several options in England but looks set to join Darren Ferguson at Peterborough United.
His agent, John Viola, told the Peterborough Telegraph: “Danny will travel to Peterborough this midweek to have his medical.
"If there are no problems he will sign a two-year contract with Peterborough.
“Peterborough will have themselves a fine player. He could have signed for several other clubs, but he liked what Peterborough had to say and they have said they will play him in an attacking midfield role which is what he wants."
Swanson started his career at Berwick Rangers before moving to Dundee United under Craig Levein in 2008, helping them win the Scottish Cup in 2010.
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