Croatian midfielder Niko Kranjcar announced he was leaving Tottenham to join Ukrainian First Division side Dynamo Kiev after Euro 2012, national HRT television reported on Wednesday.
"All is settled. The (two) clubs have reached a deal and only details remained to be agreed upon," Kranjcar said.
"I leave it all in the hands of my agent in order to dedicate myself to preparations for the European championship," the 27-year-old added.
He spoke from Poland where the Croatia squad are awaiting the start of the Euro 2012, on Friday. Croatia have been drawn in a tricky Group C with champions Spain, Italy, and the Republic of Ireland.
Croatian media have reported that Tottenham asked between eight and ten million euros ($10 and 12 million) for Kranjcar, who appeared in both the 2006 World Cup finals and Euro 2008.
The Zagreb-born midfielder joined Tottneham in 2009 from Portsmouth.