Former Biogenesis of America clinic owner Anthony Bosch will plead guilty to selling performance-enhancing drugs to major league players when he is back in a federal court on Oct. 16.

Bosch' attorney, Guy Lewis, told a U.S. District Court judge that his client will continue to cooperate with the probe that involves suspended New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez. Rodriguez has not been charged.

The New York Daily News reported Wednesday Lewis said he "reached a negotiated resolution with the government, and that Tony will continue to cooperate fully."

"By agreeing to plead guilty, Tony Bosch acknowledges his mistake in judgment -- a mistake for which he is truly sorry," Lewis, said in a statement. "He is doing everything within his power to make amends, and to be no longer a part of the problem but a part of the solution."

On Aug. 5, Bosch turned himself in to authorities, and he was arrested and charged with conspiracy to distribute steroids. He could receive 10 years in prison.