Levante have allowed Emmanuel Boateng to leave the club for a move to Chinese Super League side Dalian Yifang.
The Ghana striker has agreed personal terms with Yifang after weeks of talks and negotiations between the to clubs over a transfer fee.
That fee is now said to have been agreed in the region of £10m, with the 22-year-old set to earn a reported £750k per season.
Levante have now confirmed the deal via their official Twitter page and club website, thanking the striker for his performances at the club.
Those performances were highlighted after the victory over Ernesto Valverde’s Barcelona, where Boateng scored a hat-trick last season which ended their unbeaten league run.
The Valencia based La Liga side will now rely heavily on Roger Marti to lead the line as they look to build on their current league standing of 12th place.
Paco Lopez’ side are currently in good form in the league and beat Celta Vigo 4-1 last weekend thanks to goals from Jose Luis Morales, Coke and Borja Mayoral.
They will now prepare to face Real Madrid on Sunday and are deemed slightly as favourites, given Los Blancos’ defeat to lowly Girona last weekend at the Santiago Bernabeu.