Former Hearts winger Sam Nicholson is set to move clubs in Major League Soccer – and join up with old Tynecastle team-mate Danny Wilson.
According to reports in the United States, the 23-year-old is to be traded by Minnesota United to the Colorado Rapids with Eric Miller moving in the opposite direction.
Nicholson signed a two-and-a-half-year contract with Minnesota in June – ending a ten-year association with Hearts - and has been a first-team regular under English manager Adrian Heath.
The player has featured in all eight of Minnesota’s matches so far this season – starting six – so the move has been met with surprise.
He’ll team up with Hearts’ 2014-15 title-winning skipper Wilson, who left Rangers in January to sign a three-year contract with Colorado.