Serie A outfit Inter Milan have signed former Sevilla midfielder Ever Banega on a three-year deal.
The Argentina international joins on a free transfer after his contract with the Europa League winners expired in the summer.
"I was very content to know that Inter were interested in me," Banega told Inter's official website. "Having the chance to join such a big club was an opportunity I just couldn't pass up.
"I'm not setting myself any limits - we want to try and win everything. We'll be playing in the Europa League, which is an exciting tournament to be involved in, but we must take it seriously. I've played in it lots of times and it's a very demanding competition.
"I've been lucky enough to win the Europa League and that's probably the most important cup I've won but I've also been able to win the Olympics and the Libertadores. I'd love to win the Champions League."
Banega has also played for Argentine clubs Boca Juniors and Newell's Old Boys, as well as La Liga outfit Valencia.