Chelsea have signed Queens Park Rangers striker, Loic Remy, on a four-year deal.
The French international completed his medical and agreed personal terms on Sunday afternoon, after the Blues had triggered the striker's £10.5m release clause.
Remy now joins Diego Costa and Didier Drogba in the Jose Mourinho's strike-force, after Fernando Torres had joined AC Milan on a two-year loan deal.
The 27-year-old scored an impressive 14 league goals in 26 games on loan at Newcastle United last season, before returning to Rangers at the start of the season.
Chelsea beat out Arsenal to Remy's signature, who tried to hijack the deal at the last minute.