Liverpool FC have signed former West Ham goalkeeper Adrian following the departure of Simon Mignolet.
The Champions League winners announced that Mignolet had left them for Club Brugge in a deal worth £6.4million.
That was soon followed by news that Adrian, who was available on a free transfer after leaving the Hammers at the end of last season, had been brought to Anfield as his replacement.
Adrian, 32, will provide back-up to first choice Alisson Becker.
Adrian said: ‘I’m feeling really happy, really happy to be here and to work in this great club and start doing my stuff on the pitch as soon as possible.
‘I’m very ambitious, I come here to try to win everything, to try to push from the first minute and to make us better.
‘Obviously I want to win titles. I come here to fight for all the competitions. We have many competitions ahead – we’re going to fight for it and try to get them.
‘I’m looking forward to playing my first game at Anfield and to win as many games as we can.’
Adrian arrives an Anfield after his six-year spell with West Ham United came to an end at the conclusion of last season.
The Spaniard joined the Hammers from Real Betis in July 2013 and went on to make 150 appearances for the club.
Mignolet said he left Liverpool after the promise of regular first-team action in Belgium.
The Belgian was former manager Brendan Rodgers’ number one after arriving from Sunderland in 2013 but fell out of favour under Jurgen Klopp.
He first lost his place to Loris Karius and then to Alisson following the £65million signing of the Brazilian, then a world record for a goalkeeper, in 2018.
Mignolet made just two cup appearances for the Reds last season and was an unused substitute against Manchester City in the Community Shield on Sunday.