Cheltenham Town are set to sign former Lincoln City midfielder Ellis Chapman.
The versatile 19-year-old will become Robins boss Michael Duff’s final signing of the transfer window.
Chapman started out in the academy at Lincoln before being signed by then Premier League champions Leicester City in 2016.
He returned to Sincil Bank a year later and has since appeared for the Imps’ first team as well as a loan spell at National League club Chesterfield in 2018/19, making a total of 20 league starts and 10 substitute appearances so far.
Chapman, who stands 6ft 3in, make his senior debut for Danny Cowley’s Imps against Everton Under-21s in the EFL Trophy in October 2017, becoming one of the club’s youngest ever players.
Cheltenham have made nine signings so far this summer, including six permanent additions and Chapman will become the 10th new recruit.
Max Harris, Lewis Freestone, Matty Blair, Liam Sercombe and Andy Williams have all signed contracts with the Robins.
Their four temporary signings are Josh Griffiths, Finn Azaz (both West Brom), Elliot Bonds (Hull City) and Tom Sang (Cardiff City).
Cheltenham have also given young striker Callum Ebanks a professional contract and he is close to returning from a knee injury.
Duff’s side play Southend United away in League Two on Saturday.