Mateja Kezman has completed his move to Turkish outfit Fenerbahce.
Kezman has penned a four-year contract after quitting Atletico Madrid - who he joined last summer from Chelsea.
The 27-year-old scored eight times last season, but failed to live up to expectations at The Vicente Calderon.
Kezman has been signed as a replacement for Nicolas Anelka - who joined Bolton last week.
"I'm here to win a lot of trophies and score a lot of goals," the Serbian international told a media conference.
"I think they have a lot of quality and with a coach like (Brazilian) Zico we have the capacity to win a lot."
Fenerbahce have also announced the signing of Brazilian Deivi from Sporting Lisbon.
The forward has agreed a two-year deal in Istanbul.