Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie will fly to Leeds on Monday to complete his move to Elland Road.
McKennie, 24, is expected to sign a loan deal but it could turn into a permanent transfer.
The United States international has made 15 Serie A appearances for Juventus this season, scoring one goal and assisting another.
He will become the club’s third signing in the January transfer window after the arrival of Max Wober and Georginio Rutter.
McKennie had attracted interest from elsewhere in the Premier League but opted for Leeds, where compatriots Tyler Adams and Brenden Aaronson already play.
He has 41 senior international caps for the United States and started in all four matches of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar as the national team reached the last 16.
McKennie joined Juventus on loan from German side Schalke in 2020 before his transfer was made permanent a year later and has made a total of 49 league appearances for the Italian side.