Yeovil defender Luke Ayling is set to join local rivals Bristol City on a free transfer but the move will still go to tribunal, according to BBC Radio Bristol.
Ayling leaves Huish Park after four years of service at the club, playing a part in the side that won promotion to the Sky Bet Championship in 2012/13, but decided against signing a new deal after the Glovers relegation last season.
Because the right back is under the age of 24 however, the transfer will go to the Football League tribunal to decide how much Yeovil will be awarded in compensation.
The right back joined on a free transfer from Arsenal in the summer transfer window of 2010, and became a fan favourite for his consistency in defence, playing 185 times for Yeovil.
Ayling is now set to be The Robins seventh signing of the summer, as manager Steve Cotterill shapes his squad for promotion back to the Championship after a inconsistent season last time round.