Barcelona will officially bid goodbye to Javier Mascherano by way of an 'institutional ceremony' on Wednesday.
The event will be streamed by the club live on social media channels such as Facebook, BarcaVideo and YouTube, allowing fans to engage from around the world, according to the club's official website.
Mascherano is leaving the club after joining from Liverpool in 2010 to embark on a new chapter in the final stages of his playing career in the form of Hebei China Fortune in the Far East.
The midfielder-turned-defender is 33 now and had become a peripheral figure at the Nou Camp, with Samuel Umtiti the preferred centre-back partner of Gerard Pique when fit.
Thomas Vermaelen had been filling in for the Frenchman during his spell on the sidelines, and there has been little chance for Mascherano to feature in midfield.
Barcelona have confirmed Javier Mascherano will leave the club after seven-and-a-half seasons.— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) 23 January 2018
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The club will hold a farewell ceremony at 11.00am CET tomorrow in honour of his career at the European giants. pic.twitter.com/zT6FLJXi2B
The former Corinthians player has had a highly successful time at the Nou Camp, winning both the league title and Copa del Rey on four occasions, and also two Champions League trophies along the way.
All in all he made 334 appearances under Pep Guardiola, Tito Villanova, Tata Martina, Luis Enrique and Ernesto Valverde. That makes him the fourth-highest foreign appearance-maker at the club after Lionel Messi, Philipp Cocu and Dani Alves.