Nacer Chadli has completed his £7m move to Tottenham Hotspur after agreeing personal terms and passing a medical, reports Sky Sports.
The Belgian international makes the move after spending three years for Dutch side FC Twente and scored 12 goals in the Eredivisie last season.
Tottenham fans will remember Chadli from their stint in the Champions League after the 23-year-old scored in both ties against the north London club in the group stages.
The left winger has been capped by Belgium 14 times but, as he has dual-nationality, has also been capped by Morocco in a non-competitive fixture.
The signing is a clear indication that Gareth Bale is in line for a permanent switch to the central role he undertook so successfully last season.
Chadli becomes Tottenham's second major signing of the summer after Brazilian midfielder Paulinho joined from Corinthians in a £17m deal.
Tottenham will now turn their attentions towards signing a much-needed striker with Andre Villas-Boas admitting Roberto Salodado is his main target.
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