PIERS Morgan’s permanent replacement on Good Morning Britain has reportedly been chosen.

Richard Madeley is set to replace the Newick-born star as a full-time presenter on the ITV breakfast show.

The new host will appear alongside co-presenter Susanna Reid in an estimated £300,000-a-year deal, according to The Sun.

Richard, 65, is set to officially start after appearing on I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

Piers left GMB in March after storming off set following a clash with co-star Alex Beresford after comments made about the Duchess of Sussex during her interview with Oprah Winfrey.

His comments sparked more than 50,000 complaints - the most in watchdog Ofcom’s history.

Ofcom ruled his comments were “potentially harmful and highly offensive” but were thoroughly challenged by his co-host Susanna Reid and ITV News’s royal editor Chris Ship during the programme.

Since Morgan’s departure, ITV has not hired a full-time replacement and instead has featured a rotating cast of presenters, including Adil Ray and Richard Bacon.

In September, it was announced that Piers would be joining the newly formed talkTV channel by News UK.

He joins News Corp and FOX Media as part of this deal where he will launch a new TV show in early 2022.

He will also join the Sun and New York Post as a columnist, as well as present a series of True Crime documentaries.

However, Richard’s spokesman has denied the claims he will become Piers’ permanent replacement.

Responding to reports, he told The Mirror that Richard had "no plans" to change his current set-up as a revolving presenter on the show.

They said: "Richard is part of a revolving family of presenters and no plans to change that."