Costa Rican goalkeeper Keylor Navas will join Paris Saint-Germain from Real Madrid on a four-year contract.
One of the best goalkeepers this decade, Navas helped Los Blancos win three consecutive Champions League titles during his five-year career. His trophy vault also includes one La Liga, four Club World Cup titles, three Spanish Super Cup trophies, and three UEFA Super Cup trophies.
Navas averaged a piece of silverware every 12 games he appeared for Real Madrid.
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidan announced at the end of last season that the 32-year-old Navas lost his status as starting goalkeeper to Belgian international Thibaut Courtois.
Good deal for PSG?
Meanwhile, 26-year-old French goalkeeper Alphonse Areola will go to the Santiago Bernabeu on loan as part of the deal.
PSG have also signed Spanish goalie Sergio Rico on loan on deadline day.
Navas will now have to compete against Areola for the first choice keeper at Paris.