Belgium international Jan Vertonghen has returned to his home country by joining Anderlecht on a permanent deal from Benfica.
The former Tottenham defender, who has won a remarkable 139 caps for his country, has penned a two-year contract with Belgium's most successful club.
Vertonghen made 57 league appearances during his time in Portugal, having previously enjoyed an eight-year stint in the Premier League.
Speaking to Anderlecht's website, Vertonghen revealed: "There have been talks with Anderlecht in the past already, but suddenly everything fell into place.
"I've been following the club's project for a while now and I'm convinced that with my experience I can contribute something to this group."
Vertonghen is not the only former Spurs player to leave Benfica, with Adel Taarabt departing by mutual agreement after seven years with the club.
Roger Schmidt's team have already moved to replace the outgoing duo, sealing a loan deal for Paris Saint-Germain winger Julian Draxler and a permanent move for United States defender John Brooks on transfer deadline day.