Mark Davies will have a medical at Sheffield Wednesday today, according to Sky Sports.
The Bolton midfielder looks set for a move to Hillsborough, despite problems meaning the deal was called off only a few days ago.
However, those issues have been resolved and if Davies passes his medical, he will become a Sheffield Wednesday player.
The midfielder didn’t feature for Bolton in their 3-2 defeat at Wednesday on Tuesday after a deal between the two Championship rivals was agreed.
If he passes his medical at The Owls, he will become their second signing of the January window, after they signed loanee Jack Hunt from Crystal Palace on a permanent deal.
Bolton are currently fighting against being placed into administration, after they were served with a winding up petition by HMRC.
The petition is set to be heard on Monday and they will be placed into administration if they don’t agree a takeover or sell more of their assets.
If placed into administration they would receive a 12 point deduction, which would leave them 16 points adrift of safety.
The club are looking to sell to raise funds and Davies departure is unlikely to be the only one this January.
Young forward Zach Clough recently turned down a move to Bristol City but clubs remain interested, whilst Dorian Dervite and Dean Moxey are attracting interest from Wolves.