Ghana winger Edwin Gyasi completed a two-and-half-year move to Bulgarian giants CSKA Sofia on Thursday.
It ends speculations over his future which saw him linked to several clubs in England, Spain, France and Russia in the January transfer window.
After completing his move, the 26-year-old told his new club’s website:
“I cannot wait to start training with the team. I am glad to be part of the biggest Bulgarian club, of which world-renowned players such as Stoichkov and Berbatov have played for the big football.
“The ambition for trophies and big matches in Europe has brought me to CSKA. Roland Albergen for telling me about the fantastic crowd and good atmosphere at the club.”
Edwin Gyasi becomes the fifth signing by CSKA Sofia after Roland Alberg, Jérferson Teles, Jean Carlos Blanco and Andre Montero this Spring.
The twice-capped Black Stars player featured for Norwegian side Ålesund FK for two seasons during which he registered 13 goals in 53 appearances.
CSKA Sofia are just a point behind leaders Ludogorets in the Bulgarian First Professional Football League title race with six matches to go.