Arsenal midfielder Francis Coquelin is joining Valencia.
The club effectively ‘announced’ the signing with a clever tweet earlier today.
Coquelin, who had also attracted interest from Crystal Palace and West Ham has struggled to earn a starting role for Arsene Wenger’s side this season.
The 26 year-old has reportedly agreed a four-and-a-half year deal with the club currently placed 3rd in La Liga.
Arsenal will receive £12m for a player that has been under their books for nine years.
Valencia are expecting to announce the deal after posting a picture of a Valencia bag with the initials FC on it to tease the signing.
The caption included a luggage and tick emoji to suggest the French midfielder will now ply his trade in La Liga.
The Frenchman really came to prominence in 2015 when his loan to Charlton Athletic was cut short. Coquelin filled in for a depleted Arsenal midfield and excelled in the second-half of the season.
However, the France international has fallen off the boil in the last two season’s and now is on the verge of an exit.