Barnsley have beaten other clubs to the signature of Palace defender Peter Ramage on a season-long loan, subject to confirmation from the relevant footballing authorities.
The former Newcastle and QPR defender, who can operate at right-back and centre-half, has European and Premier League experience.
The 29-year-old signed a new, two-year deal with the Eagles this May after helping Ian Holloway’s side back to the Premier League with 40 Championship appearances.
Born on Tyneside, Ramage started out with Newcastle United and made 69 appearances before a 2008 move to QPR.
A further 74 appearances were made for Hoops, as well as loan stints with Crystal Palace and Birmingham City – joining the former on a permanent basis in August 2012.
Ramage appeared regularly against the Reds in the Championship and did so twice for Palace last season.