Fraizer Campbell is undergoing his medical at Crystal Palace, ahead of a proposed move to Selhurst Park, according to Football 365.
Campbell had originally held talks with Premier League new boys Leicester City, however talks broke down over the Cardiff striker’s wage demands.
Both Crystal Palace and Leicester have matched Campbell’s by-out clause of £600,000, however it appears that the former Manchester United man has opted to sign for Palace, who finished 11th in the Premier League last season, following a superb revival under manager Tony Pulis.
Campbell scored six goals in 36 Premier League appearances, as he was unable to keep Cardiff in the Premier League, with the Bluebirds slipping out of the top flight after just one season.
But the striker is now set for a swift return to the Premier League with Palace.
Cardiff have already sold star centre back Steven Caulker, who joined newly promoted Queens Park Rangers for an £8.5 million fee last week, with Ole Gunner Solskjaer is set to face more bids for his better players.