Celtic defender Dedryck Boyata will join Hertha Berlin this summer, the Bundesliga side have confirmed.
The Belgian centre back's contract expires at the end of the season, with Boyata having been out of action since an injury sustained in an Old Firm win over Rangers in March.
Boyata – who was part of Belgium's World Cup squad last summer – moved to Glasgow from Manchester City in 2015 during Ronny Deila's tenure and has made 125 appearances for Celtic.
"We've had Dedryck in our sights for some time and are fully convinced of his qualities," said Hertha general manager Michael Preetz.
"We are confident that he is a real reinforcement for our defence."
Celtic's interim manager Neil Lennon said last month he was hoping a new deal would be agreed.
Hertha finished 11th in the Bundesliga this season and the defender says the club did a good job on selling a move to him.
"The club is ambitious and has goals that I stand by and I was very impressed by how Michael Preetz tried to talk to me and showed me a clear plan," said the 28-year-old.
Celtic are also face losing another centre-back, Filip Benkovic, this summer when the 21-year-old's loan deal from Leicester City ends, though the Bhoys will hope they can convince former manager Brendan Rodgers that another season-long loan in Scotland will serve him best.
Celtic meanwhile are 4/11 to win Saturday's Scottish Cup final against Hearts. The Jambos are 15/2 while the draw is 15/4 for their Hampden Park showdown.
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