Paris Saint-Germain have confirmed the signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic from AC Milan on a three-year contract.
PSG sporting director Leonardo announced on Tuesday the deal was on the verge of completion and, on Wednesday, Ibrahimovic was unveiled at a press conference.
It is reported that the Sweden international will earn €13 million-per-annum, with his arrival following that of former Milan team-mate Thiago Silva in a combined deal worth €65 million.
"It's a big step in my career and another dream come true," said Ibrahimovic, who scored 42 goals in 61 appearances in two seasons at San Siro.
"I am very happy because it's a project that I want to be involved in. I want to be part of the history of the club. I'm here to win and nothing else. I'm pretty sure we can do it and we'll enjoy all the trophies we bring home.
"I want to thank Paris Saint-Germain for the great work which they have done, for making the impossible possible. I've come to a dream team. They have other great players, they've bought the best defender in the world - Thiago Silva [from Milan]. As long as he is behind me, I don't have to look back.
"Who doesn't want to be here? PSG will win trophies. This is the future."
Leonardo added: "A person, not only a player, like Zlatan gives our club the opportunity to grow. It's the reason why I think he's the perfect signing."
PSG have also sealed the signature of Pescara midfielder Marco Verratti, with the Italian inking a five-year contract at Parc des Princes.
"The players here are great champions," Verratti, 19, said at a press conference. "I've seen them on television and now I'm training with them. It gives me a huge desire to do well here.
"It doesn't happen every day that a young player can join a great club like this. I'll do my best to repay PSG's faith in me."