Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva is on the move to Lazio.
The Italian club posted a picture of the Brazilian on their official Twitter account.
He was the Reds' current longest-serving player after a decade on Merseyside.
The midfield arrived at Anfield in 2007 from Gremio for €10m. He made 248 appearances for the club.
Scoring one goal in the Premier League, that came in a 3-0 win over Newcastle in 2009.
“It’s been an incredible 10 years”, Lucas said at the end of last season.
“We all know it’s been a little bit like a rollercoaster: a lot of ups and downs,” he said, after receiving the trophy.
“But I’m so proud to wear this shirt every day of my life.
“This club made me better as a person, as a player, I have two kids born in Liverpool.
“I don’t have one specific moment I’d say was a highlight, I think these 10 years have been a very good 10 years.”