The report says both QPR and Club Brugge have had an agreement between the two parties, and the player is expected to join the for the region of €5 million.
Samuel has been superb for Queens Park Rangers this season, and he has been one of their best players in the English championship.
His excellent performance has attracts interest from clubs like Wolverhampton Wanderers, Everton, West Ham United, Arsenal FC, Club Brugge, Fenerbahce, Leeds United, Stoke City, West Bromwich Albion, etc.
The youngster is expected to replace fellow Nigerian Emmanuel Dennis Bonaventure who is expected to leave the club this summer, after his outstanding performance for Brugge as they won the Belgium league back-to-back.
Dennis Bonaventure has been linked with Arsenal, Sheffield United, Borussia Dortmund, Napoli, Crystal Palace etc.
Bright Osayi Samuel was signed by Queens Park Rangers from Blackpool in 2017, and he has enjoyed his stay in the London based club, forming a good partner with fellow Nigerian-born star Ebere Eze in QPR's attack.
Bright is expected to be left out of Queens Park Rangers squad that will face Millwall on Saturday, in order to concentrate on his move to Belgium.
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