Borussia Monchengladbach have signed Danish striker Mikkel Thygesen.
The 22-year-old joined the Bundesliga outfit from FC Midtjylland on Tuesday after putting pen-to-paper on a deal through to June 2010.
"We have been after him for several months. We have seen him several times and are delighted that he has decided to join us," Foals' sport director Peter Pander commented.
"He is a very interesting, quick and dangerous player who will give our strike force a real boost."
Thygesen, who has reportedly cost Gladbach a é¼1.2million (£804,000) fee, netted seven goals in 18 games in the Danish first division this season.
Meanwhile, Gladbach's Czech striker Vaclav Sverkos has left the Borussia Park to join Austria Vienna.
The 23-year-old had been handed limited opportunities by coach Jupp Heynckes this season and has now decided to resurrect his career in Austria.
"I'm convinced that I can still score goals if I get the chance to play. Vienna is a new challenge for me and will give me the chance to develop," Sverkos said.