Busy German side Hamburg have made a third signing in a week with the capture of Danijel Ljuboja on loan.
The Serbia & Montenegro striker has joined on a season-long loan move from Bundesliga rivals Stuttgart.
Ljuboja's move to Hamburg is with a view to a permanent transfer at the end of the season after Stuttgart revealed he had been dumped in the reserves for demanding a pay rise.
The 27-year-old is Hamburg's third signing inside a week as they look for a strong showing in the league and in Europe as they embark on their UEFA Champions League campaign.
Argentina captain Juan Pablo Sorin has already joined from Villarreal while the German side splashed out é¼6 million for Joris Mathijssen from Dutch outfit AZ Alkmaar.