Charlton goalkeeper Stephan Andersen has agreed a deal to join Brondby.
The Danish international is set to sign a five-year deal at Brondby when the transfer window reopens in January.
Andersen has cut a frustrated figure at The Valley after failing to establish himself in the first-team and was keen to move on in search of regular action.
Brondby sporting director Anders Bjerregaard confirmed the deal to sign Andersen.
"We are very pleased that we have succeeded to bring Stephan back to Brondby IF," Bjerregaard told the club's official website.
"We see a big potential in Stephan and know from his youth time at Brondby that he has a good attitude and mentality to be a professional footballer."
Brondby coach Rene Meulensteen was delighted to add Andersen to his squad.
"He's a keeper with many qualities, with good positioning and quick reactions," said Meulensteen
"Although he is young, he has got a lot of experience from one of the best leagues in the world.
"I hope and believe that Brondby IF is the right choice to move to take another step in his career."