Socceroos goalkeeper Mitchell Langerak has completed his transfer from German Bundesliga club VfB Stuttgart to Spanish La Liga outfit Levante.
The 29-year-old Australian shot-stopper has signed a two-year deal with the newly promoted club.
Langerak was withdrawn from the current Socceroos camp to resolve his club future, having fallen behind new signing Ron-Robert Zieler at Stuttgart.
The former Borussia Dortmund had played every minute as Stuttgart claimed promotion to the Bundesliga in 2016-17.
Levante had been on the lookout for a new keeper to rival current custodian Raul Fernandez, who has started both La Liga games this term.
Fernandez played 33 league matches as Levante clinched promotion in Segunda Division last season, conceding the fewest goals in the division.
In June, 29-year-old Fernandez extended his contract with Levante until 2019.
Langerak will be unveiled by Valencia-based Levante to local media on Thursday.
Compatriot Mat Ryan recently spent two years in the same city with Valencia, before joining Brighton & Hove Albion in the off-season.
Stuttgart wasted no time moving after Langerak's exit, signing goalkeeper Alexander Meyer from Energie Cottbus.
Photo credit: Levante UD