PSV Eindhoven are waiting for the final pieces of paperwork to be completed before announcing a deal for Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder Davy Propper.

That’s according to Eindhoven Dagblad, who say it remains to be seen how much the Dutch side will be paying for their former player.

However, they do say that a €10m fee is unlikely, having been a ‘hopeless asking price’ from Brighton in the first place.

The newspaper says a deal for Propper is ‘almost complete’, and there is an agreement between the two clubs for the transfer to happen.

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Propper has already agreed personal terms, and he was medically approved by the club after undergoing a medical on Tuesday.

Once all the paperwork has been completed, the Brighton man can be presented this week, having already travelled to the Phillips Stadium and posed with an away shirt and filmed his presentation film for the club.

All that remains to be seen is his price tag, which won’t be the €10m but has been cited at around €5m by various other media in the Netherlands.