Richie Myler has agreed a deal to join Catalans Dragons at the end of the current Super League season.
The Warrington Wolves scrum-half will make a switch to Perpignan on a two-year contract.
Myler, who has been capped seven times by England at international level, is expected to fill the gap left by Australia-bound Scott Dureau next term.
Wolves boss Tony Smith told the club's official website: "I'd like to thank Rich for the fantastic service he's given over the last six years.
"We wish him and his family all the best for their new venture and thank him for everything he's done along the way for Warrington. It is a great opportunity for Rich to further his career and benefit from a different experience."
Myler has made 136 appearances for Warrington since joining in 2010, including in the 2012 Challenge Cup win at Wembley.