Manchester City youngster Thomas Agyepong has agreed a season-long loan deal with Scottish Premier League side Hibernian.
The Ghanaian striker joined City in 2015, however, he has spent most of his time on loan in the Netherlands with Twente and NAC Breda.
He had been in talks with the Edinburgh side since July, and now he is set to join up with the squad upon the completion of the necessary visa process.
The 21-year-old has been signed to fill a void left by his former Manchester City colleague Brandon Baker, who joined Preston on Tuesday.
As Agyepong waits for the outcome of his visa application, he won’t be able to feature for the Hibs at their match against Norwegian side Molde at the Uefa Europa League’s third qualifying round.
Agyepong made his Ghana debut in June 2017, featuring in a 5-0 win over Ethiopia during a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.
He made four further appearances for the Black Stars during 2017, including two 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Congo.