Free-agent second baseman César Hernández has agreed to return to the Cleveland Indians on a 1-year contract, according to multiple reports.

The team and Hernández have an agreement — which includes a club option for 2022 — in place that will become official once medical tests have been completed, according to reports.

Hernandez impressed in his first season with Cleveland, putting up solid offensive numbers while becoming the team’s first second baseman to win a Gold Glove Award since Roberto Alomar in 2001.

The 30-year-old switch-hitter had a .283 batting average with three home runs, 35 runs scored and 20 RBIs in 58 games during the pandemic-shortened season. Defensively, Hernandez had a .981 fielding percentage — with only four errors in 210 total chances — and led all second basemen with 4.7 defensive runs above average, according to FanGraphs.