Rotherham United midfielder Ben Pringle is set to sign a two-year deal with Championship rivals Fulham, according to FLW sources.
Pringle had announced last month that he was to leave the Millers when his contract expired in the summer, despite being offered a new deal to stay at the New York Stadium.
The news of him leaving South Yorkshire alerted a number of Championship clubs including Leeds United, Charlton Athletic and Bolton Wanderers.
Ipswich Town have since joined the race and FLW understands it was between the Tractor Boys and Fulham for the 26-year-old’s signature, but he has now favoured to join the West London club.
The South London Press reported last Friday that Charlton had withdrawn from the race because they could not compete with the wages the Cottagers were offering to the midfielder.
He also turned down a move to Millwall in January after the Millers had accepted a bid of £100,000.
Pringle spent four years with Rotherham, scoring 19 goals in 146 appearances, and was part of the squad that won the League One play-offs in 2014.
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