NEC Nijmegen have sealed the capture of goalkeeper Gabor Babos from Feyenoord.
The Hungarian keeper joined NEC on loan last summer and made a positive impression on the club's coaching staff.
Babos had been informed that he had no future at De Kuip and NEC stepped in to thrash out a permanent deal.
An accord was quickly reached, allowing Babos to put his name to a three-year contract.
"Gabor indicated that he wanted to continue at NEC, so we granted him that transfer and we wish him all the success in Nijmegen," Feyenoord commercial director Chris Woerts told the club's website.
Mohammed Abubakari has pledged his future to Feyenoord by putting his name to a new contract.
The 20-year-old is rated extremely highly by the Kuip paymasters, but has still to make his first team bow.
Feyenoord chief Erwin Koeman is eager to incorporate the youngster into his plans next term and has handed him a one-year contract.
Koeman is confident the Ghanaian, who arrived at the club last winter, will make the grade and it is likely he will earn a longer deal provided he comes up to expectations.