MADRID, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Former Deportivo Coruna striker Diego Tristan has agreed a move to Real Mallorca, the Primera Liga club said on Wednesday.
'Mallorca have reached an agreement with Tristan that will see the player return for his second spell at the club,' Mallorca said on their website.
He will be presented later in the day subject to passing a medical, after attracting interest from England in the form of Bolton.
The 30-year-old former Spain international negotiated a release from his contract with Depor at the end of August after being told he did not feature in Joaquin Caparros's plans.
Tristan had a two-year spell at Mallorca between 1998 and 2000, and ended up as the club's leading scorer with 18 goals in the 1999-2000 season.
From there he moved on to Deportivo and in 2002 helped them win the King's Cup, and ended the season as the Primera Liga's top scorer with 21 goals.
Mallorca have drawn their opening two league games this season.