Swansea City have confirmed the capture of Spanish striker Borja Baston for a club-record fee of £15.5m.
The Premier League side, who kick-off their 2016/17 English top-flight campaign against newly promoted Burnley on Saturday, have lured the Atletico Madrid forward to the Liberty Stadium after he penned a four-year deal with Francesco Guidolin’s men.
The 23-year-old, who is a former Spain Under-19 international, scored an impressive 19 goals in 39 appearances in all competitions whilst on loan at fellow La Liga outfit Eibar last season.
Borja, who will wear the number ten shirt at the Welsh side, underwent a successful medical on Thursday morning ahead of his record switch.
The Spaniard’s transfer fee surpasses the amount Swansea stumped up for Ivory Coast international Wilfried Bony (£12m) back in July 2013 from Vitesse Arnhem.
Borja is available to make his debut this weekend at Turf Moor in Swansea’s Premier League opener.
The ex-Atletico star, who also enjoyed successful loan spells at Murcia, Huesca, Deportivo La Coruna and Real Zaragoza, joins fellow Spaniard Fernando Llorente at the Liberty Stadium this summer.