Timothy Weah has agreed a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain and should fly to Scotland to complete a move to Celtic either on Sunday or Monday.
Celtic have beaten off competition from Amiens to land the attacker on a loan deal as they bid to add to their squad in the transfer window.
The loan deal will run for six months and not contain any purchase option.
PSG were keen for Weah to extend his contract, which is due to run until 2020, before leaving on loan and, according to French sports daily L'Equipe, an agreement has been found.
The American's mother and his agent met with PSG on Friday and reached an agreement on a one-year contract extension.
Weah will now fly to Scotland on either Sunday or Monday as he seals his move to Celtic.
The attacker will be looking to enjoy the regular game time at Celtic which has eluded him at PSG this season.
Celtic will be hoping Weah can make a concrete impact on their title tussle with rivals Rangers.