Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic will join Inter Milan on a free transfer in the summer.
The Serie A giants have confirmed the 32-year-old centre-back has signed for them, although they did not reveal the length of contract the Serb had penned.
Vidic confirmed his intention to end an eight-and-a-half-year stay at United last month.
He joined the club in 2006, and has made over 200 appearances, helping them to five Premier League titles.
“Vidic is a world-class player,” Inter president Erick Thohir told his club’s website. “I’m extremely happy to have completed this deal to bring Nemanja to Milan.
“He’s one of the world’s best defenders and his qualities, international pedigree and charisma will be an asset to the team and help bring through our younger players.
“He will bring added value to the club and is another piece of the great Inter side we are building.”
United manager David Moyes said the decision had been mutual, although it is understood Vidic was initially open to the idea of remaining at Old Trafford. However, he explored other options when an extension to his present contract, which expires at the end of June, was not forthcoming.