Fenerbahce have announced they have signed Liverpool forward Dirk Kuyt on a three-year deal.
The Turkish giants are believed to have paid a fee in the region of £1million for the Holland international.
Kuyt's future at Liverpool has been the subject of speculation for some time with the 31-year-old failing to hold down a regular place in the starting line-up last season.
The versatile attacker was entering the final year of his contract at Anfield and new Reds boss Brendan Rodgers has decided to let Kuyt move on.
A host of clubs, including his old side Feyenoord and German outfit Hamburg had expressed an interest in signing Kuyt, but Fenerbahce have managed to lure him to Turkey.
The move ends Kuyt's six-year spell on Merseyside following his arrival from Feyenoord in a £10million deal in 2006 with the player scoring 71 goals in 276 appearances for the club.
Kuyt scored in Liverpool's Carling Cup final victory over Cardiff last season as he won his only trophy with the club.