Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann has announced he will be leaving at the end of this season after five years.
The World Cup winner signed a five-year contract last June but Saturday’s La Liga match against Levante will be his last for the club.
According to BBC Sport, Barcelona will pay the buyout clause in Griezmann’s contract of 120m euros.
The Frenchman has scored 133 goals in 256 appearances for Atletico since joining from fellow Spanish outfit Real Sociedad in 2014.
He has won the Europa League, the Spanish Super Cup and the Uefa Supercup during his time at Atletico and has been the team’s top scorer in each of the last five seasons.
Griezmann rejected an offer from Barcelona last year and revealed his thought process in a documentary called ‘The Decision’.
Griezmann will be the third high-profile player to leave Atletico this summer after defender Lucas Hernandez agreed to join Bayern Munich and long-serving captain Diego Godin announced he would leave, with his contract set to expire.