Australian goalkeeper Mitch Langerak has completed his move from Borussia Dortmund to Stuttgart.
The Socceroo, 26, has signed a three-year deal after a move believed to be worth €2.5million.
The move ends Langerak's five-season stay at Dortmund, for whom he made just 26 senior appearances.
New coach Thomas Tuchel's decision to sign another goalkeeper – Roman Burki – has seemingly led to Langerak's move.
Langerak, a six-time Socceroo, will still have plenty of competition at Stuttgart.
Przemyslaw Tyton, a Poland international, joined Alexander Zorniger's squad last week.
Regular game time is much needed for Langerak, who has struggled to push Mat Ryan for the number one Socceroos spot due to his lack of appearances.
The former Melbourne Victory goalkeeper performed well in his few chances at Dortmund under Jurgen Klopp.
Former Victory attacker Marco Rojas is also owned by Stuttgart, but the Kiwi is out on loan.comments