Gareth Bale is currently flying to London from Spain ahead of sealing a move back to Tottenham from Real Madrid, having completed a medical.
Bale completed a medical in Madrid on Thursday as he closes on a deal that will see him return to the club he left in a world-record £86m transfer seven years ago.
The Wales captain is travelling to London accompanied on a private flight by Real Madrid team-mate Sergio Reguilon, who is set to join Spurs on a five-year deal after also completing a medical on Thursday.
Lawyers in Spain and England are working on drawing up contracts which will make Bale a Spurs player again on a season-long loan deal. Spurs have agreed to pay about £20m in wages and loan fees.
Barring from a few minor details everything has now been agreed, with negotiations understood to have continued to progress well from Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
The deal is expected to be finalised before Bale heads for London.
The 31-year-old owns his own private jet, but Tottenham are expected to arrange transport for the duo.
Both Bale and Reguilon are likely to meet conditions that will enable them to avoid quarantining upon their arrival in London.
Along with having arrived from an elite sporting environment where coronavirus protocols have been adhered to, the players will both need to have returned negative test results within five days prior to entering the United Kingdom.