Fulham have wrapped up the signing of Czech Republic defender Zdenek Grygera on an initial one-year contract.
Grygera revealed earlier this month that he was closing on a move to Craven Cottage after falling out of favour at Juventus.
He had the remaining year of his contract at Juve cancelled earlier this week and he has now joined Fulham on a free transfer.
The 31-year-old also has the option of a further 12 months with Martin Jol's side and is looking forward to playing in the Premier League.
"I am delighted to have completed my transfer to Fulham Football Club today," Grygera told the club's official website.
"It has always been an ambition for me to play in the Premier League and I am looking forward to an exciting new chapter in my career with Fulham."
Grygera was in the Juve team famously beaten 4-1 at Craven Cottage in 2010 and he also played against Manchester City in the Europa League last season.
He began his career with Czech side FK Svit Zlin in 1997, before moving to Petra Drnovice and Sparta Prague.
The defender, who has made 52 appearances for his country, joined Ajax in 2003 and then Serie A outfit Juventus in 2007.