Jozefzoon set to complete Derby move

Florian Jozefzoon has agreed personal terms with Derby and is set to join them on a four-year contract. 

The Dutch winger was undergoing a medical on Thursday evening ahead of a move to Pride Park.

Brentford accepted £2.75m bids from both Derby and Leeds United – and the player has opted to sign for the Rams.

West London Sport recently revealed that the Bees had rejected a bid for Jozefzoon from Derby and that Leeds were also interested.

Derby subsequently had an improved offer accepted, prompting Leeds to also table a bid.

Jozefzoon, 27, moved to Griffin Park from PSV Eindhoven in January last year.

He has made 58 Championship appearances for the Bees, with 21 of them coming as a substitute, and has scored eight goals.

His current contract is due to expire at the end of the coming season.

Meanwhile, Brentford have sold John Egan to Sheffield United.