Slavia Prague striker Petar Musa will undergo a medical with Bundesliga side Union Berlin today before joining on a 6-month loan, according to Kicker.
The Bundesliga side will pay an initial €200,000 to sign the Croatian forward on loan – the deal does not include an option to buy.
Slavia Prague head coach Jindřich Trpišovský confirmed the deal on Sunday, saying a move to Union Berlin would be “a great opportunity” for Musa to play more first team football.
Although their is no option to buy, Union Berlin have the option to match and purchase Musa should Slavia Prague accept a transfer offer from any club.
The 22-year-old has featured predominantly as a substitute for Slavia this season, playing just 464 minutes but scoring four league goals in the process. Musa would provide competition Taiwo Awoniyi, Marcus Ingvartsen and Max Kruse whilst being seen as a replacement for Anthony Ujah who is expected to be out for a lengthy spell.