The Philadelphia Flyers have already turned over their roster a couple times this summer, but they’re just not quite done yet.

According to multiple reports, the Flyers are going to sign defenseman Keith Yandle to a one-year deal coming in at a cap hit of $900,000 once free agency opens up on Wednesday.

While they can’t officially put pen to paper quite yet, there are further details of the contract that include him having a no-trade clause. Details on that clause is uncertain — could be a certain amount of teams on a list or just a full no-trade — but that will be cleared up by Wednesday.