Leeds United defender Giuseppe Bellusci will reportedly join Italian club Empoli during the summer, with a fee already have been agreed between the two clubs.
The 28-year-old has been on loan with the Serie A side since the beginning of the season and the option to sign permanently is set to be activated.
Despite Empoli struggling in the Serie A during the current campaign, Bellusci has been one of the better players for the 17th place side, who will reportedly pay Leeds €2 million for his services.
Bellusci arrived at Leeds from Catania in 2014 and was a regular starter for the Yorkshire club during his first two seasons at the club.
However he reportedly became unsettled at the club towards the end of last season which led to speculation that he would move away from the club. Bellusci will certainly be happy to once again that he will be plying his trade in his motherland.