Wolverhampton Wanderers have secured the services of Portugal right-back Nelson Semedo from Barcelona in a deal worth 30 million euros ($49m) plus add-ons.
The Premier League club announced the 26-year-old has signed a three-year deal at Molineux with an option to extend until 2025.
Semedo, who was earned 13 caps for Portugal, joins Wolves after three seasons at the Nou Camp.
"I chose Wolves because it's a very good team that plays very good football. Last year they did a very good season and it's a very important team in England, in also Europe. I hope this year we can do very good things," Semedo told www.wolves.co.uk.
Semedo is looking forward to linking up with his fellow Portuguese Nuno Espirito Santo, the Wolves coach.
"Coach Nuno is a very good coach. He did very good things here in Wolves, and in other teams too. For sure I'm going to learn a lot from him," he said.
The move will also unite Semedo with a number of international teammates including goalkeeper Rui Patricio, midfielders Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho and striker Fabio Silva.
"I talked with some of them and they told me very good things about the club, about the team. I hope I can help them to succeed too," Semedo said.
Everton reportedly tried to hijack Wolves' move for Semedo but a late bid by the Toffees failed.
Semedo, who arrived at Barca from Benfica in 2017, made 122 appearances for the Catalan giants in all competitions, winning two league titles, a Copa del Rey and a Spanish Super Cup.
Wolves executive chairman Jeff Shi believes the signing is a coup for the club.
"It's isn't often that we have the opportunity to sign a world-class player from a world-class club," Shisaid.
"Nelson's signing shows we will never stop progressing and we are still hungry and humble in our heart."
Wolves have been looking for a right-back for much of the summer after selling Matt Doherty to Tottenham Hotspur.
Australian Associated Press