Lukas Podolski's time with Arsenal is over, with the forward heading to Turkey to play for Galatasaray.
The Turkish club announced his signing on Saturday.
Sky Sports reported Podolski was getting a three-year deal.
The Germany international saw success with the Gunners during the 2013-14 season, helping the team to win the FA Cup. However, the player spent the second half of last season on loan at Inter Milan, suggesting a permanent move would follow, this summer.
Podolski arrived at Arsenal in 2012 for £11 million, signing from Cologne. The 30-year-old hit 31 goals in 82 appearances for Arsene Wenger's men, per BBC Sport.
Football writer Samuel Jay C. confirmed further details of the player's move to Cimbom, citing the transfer fee that secured Podolski's services:
Despite being a fan favourite, the Independent's Jack Pitt-Brooke gave a scathing assessment of the German's tenure in north London:
However, Pitt-Brooke's comments were put into context by Sky Sports, which instead highlighted the player's successes at the Emirates Stadium:
The time is certainly right for Podolski to say goodbye to the Gunners, as Wenger looks to build a world-class attacking unit—an element the player cannot provide.
Turkish football will offer the German a more stable environment to pick up first-team minutes, and with his eye for goal, he could become a Gala hero in no time at all.