Aaron Ramsey will be leaving Arsenal after 11 years at the club and 369 appearances with his contract expiring at the end of the season.
The Welshman signed a pre-contract with Italian giants Juventus earlier this year, bringing an end to his decade-long association with the Gunners.
In that time, he was won three FA Cups - scoring the winner in two finals -but on the occasion of his last home game, his team-mates gave him a guard of honour to mark the special day; an occurrence that left the Welshman in tears.
Unfortunately for Ramsey, a hamstring injury picked up in the Europa League quarter-final with Napoli ruled him out of Sunday's fixture against Brighton, a game they drew 1-1, all but ending their Champions League hopes.
The Welshman has agreed on a mega-money deal with Juventus - said to be worth up to £400,000-a-week.
And though the Gunners will be losing him for nothing, there is no love lost for the former Cardiff man as Arsenal fans stayed behind after their draw against Brighton to send their farewells.
For 11 years of service, for 369 appearances, for 64 goals, for 62 assists, for those Wembley winners, for coming back from that injury to achieve what you have with us, for EVERYTHING you’ve given to this club, we just want to say…— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) May 5, 2019
THANK YOU, @aaronramsey! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/EuU6gQ5U1q