BBC Radio Sheffield journalist Andy Giddings has reported that a deal is close between Rotherham United and Peterborough United for the sale of winger Jon Taylor.
The Peterborough man is set for a medical down at the New York Stadium today and if everything goes to plan then the deal should be tied up before the season opener this Saturday against Wolves.
New manager Alan Stubbs has been desperate to put his own stamp on the side since taking over this summer and he has done so with the acquisitions of Anthony Forde, Lewis Price, Jake Forster-Caskey, Kelvin Wilson and Will Vaulks.
Another rumour in circulation is that Celtic midfielder Scott Allan will be confirmed as a Millers player on a loan deal shortly.
Taylor had a terrific season for The Posh last season, where he made 51 appearances for the club throughout the campaign and scored 13 goals from his wide right position. Taylor is a versatile player who can play on either flank, behind the forward or even as a forward if required.
Before Peterborough, Taylor previously played for Shrewsbury for whom he made 143 appearances scoring 21 goals and it was following their relegation to League Two that he left for League One Peterborough United.
Taylor will be keen to prove that he has what it takes to play at a higher level. Taylor is excellent with the ball at his feet, he has the ability to ghost past defenders with ease and also a real keen eye for both a killer pass and also a finish as his tally of 13 goals last season backs up.
What do you think Millers fans, will he be a good addition to your squad? Is he the calibre of player you need to be looking at? Let us know your thoughts!!