Australia back Adam Ashley-Cooper has confirmed that he has agreed to join the Waratahs next season.
Ashley-Cooper is in his seventh season with the Brumbies but he has now decided to move on for "personal" reasons.
The 27-year-old broke the news to his team-mates on Tuesday - having been weighing up his options since signing a new deal with the Australian Rugby Union in February.
It is believed Ashley-Cooper has taken the decision to be closer to his family on the Central Coast and his Sydney-based girlfriend.
Ashley-Cooper has made 71 appearances for the Brumbies since making his debut in 2005, while he has been capped 51 times.