Millwall are set to announce the signing of Hibernian striker Kevin Nisbet.
Reports in Scotland have claimed the fee is £2million but the South London Press understands that the deal is much closer to the £1m mark.
Nisbet had been set to sign for the Lions in the January transfer window only for the switch to break down.
But both the player and Championship club always remained keen on the transfer.
Nisbet flew in to complete a medical at the end of the week.
He is Millwall’s first business of the summer.
Nisbet’s form for Hibs since returning from an ACL injury saw him recalled to the Scotland national team recently and they have Euro 2024 qualifiers against Norway next weekend and then at home to Georgia.
The 26-year-old Glaswegian has scored 39 goals in 101 matches for Hibernian. He was highly-prolific at both Raith – 34 goals in 46 games – and Dunfermline – 23 goals in 32 outings.
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