Socceroo goalkeeper Mitch Langerak has completed a move to German outfit VfB Stuttgart, signing a three-year-deal with the Bundesliga club.
The 26-year-old's transfer from Borussia Dortmund was confirmed on Stuttgart's website, with the shot-stopper set to remain with the club until the end of the 2018 campaign.
Langerak spent the majority of his time in Dortmund deputising for Roman Weidenfeller, making just 19 league appearances for the German giants since his arriving in 2010 from Melbourne Victory.
Langerak will battle Polish international Przemysław Tyton for the No.1 jersey at Mercedes-Benz Arena next season.
The six capped Socceroo is the second Aussie to leave BVB this month after midfielder Mustafa Amini completed a deal with Danish club Randers FC a fortnight ago.
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