Ryan Gravenberch has sealed a move from Bayern Munich to Liverpool.
The two clubs had agreed a fee of €40million for the 21-year-old.
Gravenberch won the Bundesliga title in his only season with Bayern after signing from Ajax last summer.
He arrives at Anfield as Liverpool’s fourth signing of the summer and will bolster a midfield that has seen the departures of several key players.
The transfer was briefly thrown into doubt on deadline day when Bayern’s proposed move for Fulham midfielder João Palhinha fell through but Liverpool were able to get it over the line.
Naby Keita, James Milner and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain all left following the expiration of their contracts, before manager Jurgen Klopp was dealt an unexpected blow with the loss of experienced duo Jordan Henderson and Fabinho to the cash-rich Saudi Pro League.