Atletico Madrid have completed the signing of striker Luis Suarez from La Liga rivals Barcelona.
The Uruguay international signed a two-year contract with the club on Friday after passing his medical.
A club statement read: Atlético de Madrid has reached an agreement with Luis Suárez for the striker to become a new Red & White player. The Uruguayan passed his medical and signed a two-year contract with our club on Friday.
The 33-year-old joined Barca from Liverpool in 2014, winning the Champions League title in his first season in Spain.
Suarez also helped Barca to four league titles, scoring 198 goals in 283 appearances for the club.
Born in Salto, Uruguay on Jan. 24, 1987, Luis Suárez is one of world football’s most prolific goalscorers.
He started his career with Club Nacional de Football, making his debut in 2005 and winning two league titles in his home country.
At 19, he joined Dutch side Groningen in the 2006/07 season. After one year, he joined Ajax, where he went on to score 111 goals in 159 games over the course of three and a half years.
The striker won one Eredivisie title and one KNVB Cup. He was the Eredivisie’s top assist provider in each of his three years in Amsterdam and the top scorer in the 2009/10 season – in which he netted 35 goals.