Las Palmas are set to sign Chelsea striker Loic Remy on a two-year deal, according to multiple reports in Spain.
Cope Gran Canaria report the 30-year-old has agreed to join the La Liga club and will travel on Thursday to complete his move.
After the departure of Kevin Prince Boateng, the yellows have been making moves for a new striker with Rémy the top target.
The arrival of Alvaro Morata from Real Madrid has seen opportunities further limited for the 30-year-old Frenchman, despite Diego Costa having not returned to training.
Las Palmas are short in the forward area with on loan Deportivo Maldonado striker Jonathan Calleri the only recognised frontman in their squads against Valencia and Atlético Madrid, making the desire for Rémy to join even stronger for boss Manolo Marquez.
Remy’s arrival sees him join a list of Sergi Samper, Vitolo, Alberto Aquilani, Ximo Navarro and Leandro Chichizola as new arrivals.
The former French international will arrive to fill a gap in the squad when Sergio Araujo completes his likely move to AEK Athens in Greece in the next couple of days.
Radio Marca state the 25-year-old will return to the Greek capital, where played last season on loan, scoring five goals in 15 league games.