Rodrygo Goes bid an emotional farewell to Santos ahead of joining up with Real Madrid.
The Brazilian teenager signed for Madrid in June 2018, with Los Blancos paying a reported €45million ($51million) for him, but remained at Santos for another year.
Rodrygo has not played since May due to a dispute between Santos and the Brazilian Football Confederation, although he was present at Wednesday's 1-0 win against Corinthians.
The 18-year-old was given a shirt with the number 82 to mark the amount of games he played for Santos and was visibly emotional as a video tribute was played on big screens.
Rodrygo joins a major squad rebuild at Madrid, who have signed Eden Hazard, Eder Militao, Ferland Mendy and Luka Jovic to boost Zinedine Zidane's options.
O Rayo mandou o recado. Daqui a pouco tem clássico na Vila Belmiro e @RodrygoGoes irá acompanhar a partida e se despedir da torcida santista no intervalo. Restam poucos ingressos. Garanta o seu! ⚡️— Santos Futebol Clube (@SantosFC) June 12, 2019
Não sócio: https://t.co/hwPRaECpQk pic.twitter.com/CpTLKQNy7F
"I will not say much, I do not like crying in front of everybody," Rodrygo told reporters ahead of the Corinthians game.
"I'm very emotional and I want to say to every Santos supporter that I'm going to miss it so much and I'm always going to take Santos in my heart."