Sheffield United have re-signed goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale on a four-year contract for a fee of $A34 million from Bournemouth.
Ramsdale, 22, joined Bournemouth in 2017 when Chris Wilder's side were in the third-tier League One.
He played a key role for Eddie Howe and the Cherries in 37 appearances last season but they were relegated to the Championship on the final day of the season.
"I'm very fortunate to be able to come back to a place I call home," Ramsdale said about his return to Sheffield.
"I'm delighted, it wasn't an easy decision to leave Bournemouth, but when a club comes in for you and is willing to pay this sort of money then obviously I've got to do a lot to repay it."
Goalkeeper Dean Henderson will not be returning to Bramall Lane after deciding not to extend his loan spell from Manchester United.
"The goalkeeping situation is something we have to make sure we get right," said Blades boss Wilder.
"This is not about Dean, it's about bringing Aaron in, but Dean was outstanding for us for two years. Aaron is certainly amongst the best young goalkeepers in this country and we are delighted to have him."