Tottenham's former QPR loanee Kyle Walker has completed a £50 million move to Manchester City.
The 27-year-old England international joined Spurs from Sheffield United in a £5 million deal in 2009 and the deal which takes him to the Etihad is a record-breaking one for a defender.
Reports suggest the deal could be worth a total of £54 million, with add-ons included, which would mean he surpassed the £50 million Paris Saint-Germain paid Chelsea for David Luiz. It also represents the highest mark-up for a defender from signing to sale at £45 million.
Walker did not make a mark in the Tottenham team immediately, going back on loan to the Blades before spells with the Hoops, where he made 20 appearances, and Aston Villa.
He flourished at both clubs and went on to make his mark in the Premier League with Spurs and earn England recognition.
He is now regarded as one of the best full-backs in the world and after the two clubs eventually agreed on a £50 million transfer, Walker accepted personal terms with the deal completed earlier today.