Paris Saint-Germain have continued their summer spending spree with the signing of Serbian defender Milan Bisevac from Valenciennes.
Bisevac, 27, has signed a three-year deal at PSG, and arrives in the wake of deals for Roma striker Jeremy Menez, midfielder Blaise Matuidi from St Etienne and Kevin Gameiro from Lorient.
"I'm very proud and very happy to be here. I've been in contact with the club for the last 18 months, it was very important to reach an agreement. Now we have to get down to work," Bisevac said.
"There's a great atmosphere and the squad is perfect, everything's great. It's everything a big club should be, honestly, I'm delighted, everything is great. I can't wait to play, even if I'm not yet 100% physically. Now's the time to buckle down and get to work."
PSG have been extremely active in the transfer market following their takeover by Qatar Sports Investments in June. New director of football Leonardo has revealed the club will next turn their attention to the acquisition of another goalkeeper.
"We are studying all the possibilities, but we want to bring in players who especially believe in the project," Leonardo told L'Equipe. "In Paris, we want to create joy and emotion and in the ten days since I've been here, I feel that we are following the right layout.
"We have recruited five significant players already, but we currently lack a goalkeeper - that has become our priority."