Barcelona have completed the signing of Ajax goalkeeper Jasper Cillessen.
Cillessen joins the La Liga champions on a five-year contract after completing his £12.8m move from the Amsterdam Arena.
The Dutchman took to social media on Thursday morning to confirm that his transfer to the Nou Camp had finally been completed, following weeks of negotiations.
The 27-year-old Netherlands international, who made 44 appearances last season for Ajax, replaces Claudio Bravo, who is expected to be officially announced as a Manchester City player on Thursday.
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Cillessen posted an image of himself wearing a Barcelona kit to social media alongside the Spanish caption "sueños se hacen realidad", meaning "dreams come true" in English.
His arrival at the Nou Camp, coupled with Bravo joining City, paves the way for Joe Hart to depart the Etihad this summer.
The England international has been told he is allowed to leave City after Pep Guardiola deemed him unsuitable for the club's new possession style of play.
Meanwhile, Cillessen has been allowed to leave Ajax after the Amsterdam club had secured the signing of Tim Krul on a season-long loan from Newcastle earlier this week.
Cillessen will be officially unveiled tomorrow and is now set to compete with Marc-Andre ter Stegen for the number one jersey at Barcelona.