Newly-promoted Fortuna Dusseldorf have struck a deal which will see Greek goalkeeper Nikolaos Papadopoulos join them from Olympiakos PFC.
The 22-year-old shot-stopper has penned a two-year contract with the Bundesliga outfit.
Papadopoulos saw his deal with Olympiakos PFC expire at the end of the last season, freeing him to make a fresh start.
Fortuna expect him to challenge Fabian Giefer and Robert Almer for a starting berth next season.
"The transfer to Fortuna Dusseldorf is an opportunity for me to show my skills and test myself in the top-flight," Papadopoulos told BILD.
"I am excited about the chance to perform in front of the Bundesliga crowd.
"I would love to help Fortuna Dusseldorf stay in the Bundesliga."
Meanwhile, Fortuna have also announced that they have taken Mazin Ahmed Al-Huthayfi on a season-long loan from Al Ittihad.
The short-term agreement does not include an option for a permanent move to be made next summer, with the deal intended to give the promising winger a chance to test himself in European football and to help strike up and understanding between the two clubs.
"We are very much looking forward to Mazin's contribution," Fortuna manager Norbert Meier told EXPRESS.
"Mazin has a lot of talent. I have a feeling he will take his chance and impress the club and the supporters.
"We are also looking forward to cooperating with Al Ittihad Jeddah.
"There is always a certain benefit for any club to agree something like this. We are always open to new ideas and we are keen to experience this."