Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe says his move to Bournemouth is going ahead and he has had a medical with the Premier League side.
The England international, 34, joined the Black Cats in January 2015, scoring 15 league goals this season before they were relegated to the Championship.
A teenage Defoe spent the 2000-01 season on loan at Bournemouth from West Ham, scoring in 10 successive matches.
Asked whether the move was definitely happening, Defoe said: “Well, yeah.”
Defoe is in the England squad for the World Cup qualifier against Scotland on Saturday and a friendly against France three days later.
“It’s out there, a lot of people obviously knew,” he said. “I did a medical and said when this is finished and I’ve had a break, come July everyone will know anyway.”