Tim Krul has turned his season-long loan from Newcastle United to fellow Premier League side Brighton & Hove Albion into a permanent deal.
The Netherlands international, who made his Seagulls debut in Tuesday's EFL Cup defeat to Bournemouth, has signed a one-year contract with Chris Hughton's side.
Goalkeeper Krul's 12-year association with Newcastle has now come to an end, and it means he is now eligible to face his former club when the two sides meet at the Amex Stadium on Sunday.
A statement from Brighton read: “We have converted goalkeeper Tim Krul’s loan from Newcastle United to a permanent one-year deal.
“The Dutch international initially arrived on a season-long loan last month, but has now signed a one-year contract.”
A statement on the Magpies' website read: "Everyone at Newcastle United would like to thank Tim for his long service to the club and wish him and his family well for the future."
The 29-year-old joined Newcastle from Dutch club ADO Den Haag in 2005 and went on to make 184 appearances for the Magpies. He also had loan spells with Falkirk, Carlisle, Ajax and AZ Alkmaar.