Real Madrid have confirmed Sami Khedira has accepted a five-year contract to join the club from Stuttgart.
German outfit Stuttgart announced earlier on Friday that an undisclosed fee had been agreed with Real for the sale of Khedira.
The Spanish giants have now followed up that news by revealing the midfielder had agreed a move to the Santiago Bernabeu on a contract through to 2015.
Khedira had impressed for Germany during the World Cup finals and he scored the winning goal in the third-place play-off against Uruguay.
He had been part of the Stuttgart first-team fold since 2006, but only had 12 months remaining on his contract.
Real coach Jose Mourinho had been keen to increase his midfield options since taking charge in Madrid and will now have Khedira to call on during the coming season.