The winger has joined Stoke City for £10 million.
Tom Ince has left Huddersfield Town to join Sky Bet Championship side Stoke City.
The Terriers will receive a guaranteed £10 million for the winger, which could rise to £12 million; a new record fee that the Club has received for an outgoing player.
The 26-year-old joined the Terriers in July 2017 from Derby County on a three-year deal and made 33 appearances in the Premier League for Town last season.
Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner commented: “’Incey’ has got a lot of game time for us in the last season and played a big role in helping us to achieve our aim of staying in the Premier League.
“The value of this deal made sense for us. Tom is a good player, but I’m comfortable that we have good options in the wide positions.
“We would like to thank Tom for all his efforts and hard work in the last season and wish him the very best for the future.”
Ince told Stoke City's official website: “I am delighted to be here, at a massive club with a huge fan-base and am so excited to get going again now,” he said.
“When Stoke made the approach and Huddersfield let it be known that they were open for business, then I had absolutely no second thoughts about wanting to come here.
“Everything about the Club is geared up to being at the top-level, which, as we all know, is where the Club has been for a long time.