Preston North End have accepted a bid for Ireland's Callum Robinson from a Premier League side, the club has confirmed.

The Championship club says that Robinson has been given permission to leave the team's Irish training camp to discuss "personal terms and undertake a medical ahead of a proposed move."

"There will be no further comment from the club at this time," a statement on the club website adds.

Robinson made his first Republic of Ireland start under Mick McCarthy against Gibraltar earlier this summer and produced an impressive display to help them to a 2-0 win in their Euro 2020 qualifier. 

Speaking to RTÉ Sport recently, Robinson's Preston and Ireland teammate Sean Maguire said he was hopeful that the 24-year-old would remain at the club, but he is now in the process of moving to the Premier League.

"Hopefully he stays with us at Preston this year. He has a year left on his contract and it's a big year for him.

"Robbo can be anything he wants to be. I've seen it in games and in training. Hopefully he keeps on improving."

Robinson signed a permanent deal with Preston from Aston Vila in 2016 after three previous loan spells. He signed a contract extension in 2017 which was supposed to run until at least the summer of 2020.