Kieran Trippier has joined Atletico Madrid on a three-year deal from Tottenham.
Sky sources understand Atletico have paid £21.7m for the England international, who passed a medical with the Spanish club on Wednesday.
Spurs were offered the chance to sign striker Angel Correa during negotiations but have instead opted for a straight cash deal.
Trippier, 28, leaves Tottenham after making 114 appearances for the club over a four-season spell.
"It is an amazing feeling. I've always wanted to play abroad and what a place to play in Madrid," Trippier told Atletico's website.
"It is a fantastic team with an amazing manager and I'm just looking forward to getting on with it now and meeting the team.
"They've been to some major finals, they've done so well in La Liga over the years. They've got a quality team and an unbelievable manager.
"It is something I can't wait to do, to learn off the manager and help the team to be a success in the future.
"The manager, you can see how close he is over the years with his squad, I can't wait to be part of it."
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