Brighton & Hove Albion have completed the signing of Colombia international goalkeeper David Gonzalez.
Sky Sports exclusively revealed that Gonzalez was in talking with the Seagulls.
Now he has penned a deal until the end of the season with a view to earning a long-term contract.
Gonzalez, who spent the first-half of this season on loan at Aberdeen, has arrived at the AMEX on a free transfer after he cancelled his contract with Manchester City by mutual consent.
"David is an international with an excellent pedigree, playing over 300 senior games at the top level in South America, Turkey and Scotland. He has won the league in Colombia and has been capped by the national team," said Brighton boss Gus Poyet.
"The idea is for David to compete with Peter [Brezovan] and Casper [Ankergren] to be first choice.
"Peter has come in recently and done very well, and is currently number one, but it's now up to both David and Casper to put pressure on him to be first choice."