Joe Allen has completed his £13 million move to Stoke City, after passing a medical with the Potters on Monday.
Allen was in the final year of his contract with Liverpool, and at 26 was looking to secure regular first-team football.
After passing medical tests in Staffordshire on Monday, Allen will now fly out to Florida to join Mark Hughes’ side at their pre-season training camp.
Liverpool will bank an initial £11 million, with a further £2 million to come in add-ons, while Allen will wear the No. 4 shirt.
Allen’s departure comes after four seasons with the Reds, and he will leave to the disappointment of supporters, after he rose to cult status in 2015/16.
Overall, Allen played 132 times for Liverpool, scoring seven goals and registering five assists.
The Wales international also enjoyed a successful summer under Chris Coleman at Euro 2016, with his stock soaring after a string of strong midfield showings.
Likely taking up a key role under Hughes at the Britannia Stadium, Allen joins an ambitious, new-look Stoke side.
The former Swansea City midfielder was linked with a return to south Wales this summer, but Francesco Guidolin’s side failed to improve their bid after seeing an £8 million offer rejected.
All the best, Joe.