FC Union Berlin have announced that they have signed Sebastian Polter from QPR.
West London Sport recently revealed that Polter, 25, was on his way out of Rangers, on Monday revealed talks were taking place with Union Berlin, and later revealed that a deal had been agreed.
Polter was on loan at the German club the season before Rangers signed him from Mainz.
He is unsettled in London and keen to return to his native Germany, having been told QPR are willing to sell him.
— 1. FC Union Berlin (@fcunion) January 10, 2017
He is due to undergo a medical in Berlin in the next 48 hours before completing the move, but Union Berlin announced the signing on Tuesday morning, saying he has arrived for an undisclosed fee on a three-and-a-half-year contract.
Polter has scored 10 goals in 51 league appearances since his arrival at Loftus Road.