Nottingham Forest midfielder Jonathan Greening is set to sign on loan for the Reds tomorrow, according to several sources on Twitter.
The 33-year-old midfielder has spent a lot of time out injured in recent years but he is back to fitness now, and set to sign a loan deal at Oakwell.
The Scarborough-born man began his career with York City, before his talent was spotted, when he was snapped up by Sir Alex Ferguson for Manchester United.
He made 14 appearances at Old Trafford, before moving onto Middlesbrough where he enjoyed a successful three year spell. He then joined West Brom.
After over 200 appearances for the Baggies spanning a six year association with the club, he joined Fulham after a successful loan spell with the Londoners.
The much-travelled midfielder joined Forest in June 2011 and has made 32 appearances at the City Ground.
BBC Radio Sheffield reporter Paul Walker (@walkerpw) published on his Twitter account: Barnsley set to sign Jonathan Greening on loan. Deal set to be confirmed tmrw. Good signing. #BarnsleyFC
Several Forest sources have also reported that Greening will join tomorrow. He will join fellow Forest man Marcus Tudgay at Oakwell.