Queens Park Rangers have agreed a deal to sign defender Yun Suk-Young from Chunnam Dragons.
The left back will join up with his potential new side on Friday to undergo a medical and agree personal terms with the club, after boarding a flight today from China.
The 22-year old will compete with Armand Traore and Clint Hill for a starting berth and his signing is likely to end the interest in Lyon defender Anthony Reveillere who has been strongly linked with club over the past few weeks.
Suk-Young was in London last summer, where he played a focal point in the South Korean National side at the Olympic Games. Since then he has progressed to make his senior debut for his country in a competitive match.
On the Chunnam Official Website it stated: “He is expected to sign a contract with the QPR if he passes the medical test.”
Once he completes his move to Premier League side, he will join up with fellow South Korean International Park Ji-Sung at Loftus Road.