Wesley Moraes' medical has now been sanctioned by Aston Villa for the striker, who wants to sign with a European club before shortening his loan to Internacional.
According to Birmingham Live, Wesley will go through his fitness testing with the Granotes this week. After falling hugely out of favour at Internacional, he wants to return to Europe this summer.
Internacional signed Wesley in January on an 18-month deal, yet they have rarely seen the centre-forward play on the field. He has played 19 times for the Brazilian Serie A side, but has started just 12 of a possible 27 fixtures.
After scoring twice for the club in all competitions, Wesley is now prepared to shorten his Internacional loan agreement. However, the 22 million arrival from Club Brugge will not be returning to Birmingham, as Wesley will instead join Levante on loan in Spain.
Wesley, who will return to Villa Park next summer with a year on his contract, had made the return to Europe his top goal this summer.
After La Liga's relegation, Levante will sign Wesley on loan from Aston Villa.
Aston Villa are expecting Levante to finalize and announce the loan signing of Wesley later this week. Granotes have aimed for the forward in the hope he can recover his best form and assist coach Mehdi Naftis in his quest to return to La Liga after being relegated.
Levante was dropped from the top-flight of Spain last season after a four-point deficit to safety. Yet the Granotes still boasted the division's seventh-best offence with 51 goals scored, but the Valencia natives have since lost 13-goal top-scorer to Villarreal.
Wesley will be able to fill Morales' void and return to club Brugge's form, according to Nafti. He offered the Belgian side 38 goals and 14 assists in 136 games to earn his move to Aston Villa, where Dean Smith once dubbed him a very good old-fashioned No.9.