BARBADOS  - Yet another T20 league is set to join the growing list of T20 leagues around the globe. West Indies Cricket Board’s (WICB) chief executive, Ernest Hilaire, has announced that they are working on a ‘commercial T20 league’ in the Caribbean. Hilaire would like to finalise the deal before his tenure comes to an end on September 30.The exact structure of the league has not been revealed but Hilaire has said the current Caribbean T20 league will go ahead as planned. "We will be having the Caribbean Twenty20 in January as scheduled.’"We're in the advanced stages of discussions to have a commercial Twenty20 league in the region and I have been leading the negotiations on that. We're very close to completing the negotiations. I would like to complete that whole process before I move on," Hilaire revealed in an interview with Observer Radio. "We are in discussions with an investor. Once we have an understanding, we can move forward with it."The WICB directors are scheduled to have a board meeting on September 14 in which they will also discuss and finalise the structure of the T20 league. "The board will meet next week and make some decisions on its structure and how it will be organised." He would also like to involve the Federation of International Cricketers' Associations (FICA) and the West Indies Players Association (WIPA) to avoid any issues concerning the players. "We will need to speak to WIPA and FICA, and other stakeholders, to make sure everybody is on board."