Scotland fullback Blair Kinghorn is set to make a switch from Edinburgh to French club Toulouse in December.
The 26-year-old will feature in Friday's United Rugby Championship game against Benetton with the French club paying a six-figure fee to buy his contract.
Kinghorn, who has scored 128 points in 50 appearances for Scotland has signed a three-year contract with his new club.
“This has been a really tough decision,” said Kinghorn.
“I’ve called this place home for nine years and have massive loyalty to this club. It gave me everything in my career so far and was the start of my professional rugby journey. I feel like they’ve really got the best out of me.
“Joining Toulouse is an opportunity that’s come forward that I think will be good for me as a person, and to develop my career and my game. It’s a big decision, but I feel like it’s the right move for me.
“I’m really grateful to Edinburgh, for seeing this as great opportunity for me to develop personally and as a rugby player, but it is still going to be a sad day.”
Kinghorn has been with Edinburgh since his professional rugby debut in 2015 and also represented Scotland at the Sevens, Under 20 and A levels before making his Test debut in 2018.
Toulouse are positioned seventh in the Top 14 table with four wins from seven matches.