Goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has joined Club Brugge from Liverpool, the Premier League club have announced.

The 31-year-old has signed a five-year contract with the Belgian club after completing a medical on Monday.

The move ends Mignolet's six-year spell at Anfield. 

Club Brugge also confirmed the news, tweeting: "It's official! Simon is a Bruges boy," along with pictures of the player.

Mignolet joined Liverpool from Sunderland in 2013 but lost his place first to Loris Karius and then Alisson Becker.

He featured in just two cup matches last season and was an unused substitute in the Community Shield against Manchester City on Sunday.

Liverpool moved swiftly to replace their back-up goalkeeper with former West Ham shot-stopped Adrian. 

The 32-year-old joins the Reds as a free agent after being released by the Hammers this summer, following six seasons with the London club.

Adrian hopes to push Alisson for a first-team place.

He said: "I'm very ambitious, I come here to try to win everything, to try to push Ali from the first minute and to make us better.

"Obviously I want to win titles. I come here to fight for all the competitions. We have many competitions ahead - we're going to fight for it and try to get them.

"I'm looking forward to playing my first game at Anfield and to win as many games as we can."