Pool agree Remy fee - reports
Queens Park Rangers have accepted an £8.5 million ($18m) bid from Liverpool for striker Loic Remy.
Various reports in the British media have reported that two English Premier League clubs had come to an agreement for the transfer of the French international.
According to the BBC, the amount was sufficient to trigger a release clause in Remy's contract, leaving the Frenchman to agree personal terms and have a medical to complete the deal.
Should the transfer go through, Remy will become Liverpool's fifth summer signing and take their spending to nearly £70m.
QPR manager Harry Redknapp had previously indicated the Remy, who spent last season on loan at Newcastle United, wanted to leave Loftus Road to join a side in the Champions League.
Remy joined the Hoops in January 2013 when he signed from Marseille for £8m.
The 27-year-old, who was part of France's World Cup squad, scored 14 league goals for the Magpies last season and will go towards plugging the void in Liverpool's frontline left by Luis Suarez, who left Anfield to join Barcelona.
Italian striker Fabio Borini is also set to leave the Reds after Sunderland made a £14m bid for his services, according to reports in the UK.
Sources: BBC, ESPN FC