West Ham have accepted a bid from Manchester City for striker Craig Bellamy.
The Wales striker has been given permission to speak to City boss Mark Hughes after the Blues' bid was accepted, with an equal offer from Tottenham turned down.
Bellamy, 29, demanded a transfer to Spurs on Friday but his club were unwilling to sell to their rivals and also had private concerns over how their striker's head was turned.
The Hammers received bids of around £14 million for their Wales international but only City's offer was accepted and Bellamy is now expected to complete a medical.
Bellamy was left out of the Hammers squad which defeated Fulham on Sunday, with manager Gianfranco Zola stating the player was "not in the right frame of mind".
Sporting Life / Eurosport
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