Marvin Park is set to join Las Palmas on loan, as reported by Spanish journalist Sergio Santos.
Park, currently on the books of Real Madrid Castilla, will join the Gran Canarian outfit, who hope to announce his signing this week.
Realising that he was not going to have minutes in the first team and wanting to take another step forward in his career, he has decided to leave the Spanish giants.
Las Palmas have been tracking him for months and he is a player who fits in with the ideas of the coach, Francisco Javier García Pimienta. He has already said goodbye to his team-mates, but will continue training until the transfer is made official.
Park, who has played four games with the Real Madrid first team, will arrive at Unión Deportiva Las Palmas on loan, as will Álvaro Jiménez and Vitolo. Las Palmas will reportedly keep an option to buy the 22-year-old winger.
A right winger who can also play as a right-back, Park previously played for Tranmere Rovers U18s and possesses versatility that Las Palmas are very keen on.
After 59 appearances for Real Madrid Castilla, both in Segunda B and Primera RFEF, he could leave the club, where he played four games for the first team under Zinedine Zidane.