Western Sydney Wanderers have signed a second marquee, with Socceroo Dario Vidosic putting pen to paper on a two-year deal.
The 23-capped international has played in Australia, Germany and Switzerland but recently fell out of favour at Swiss club FC Sion.
Vidosic is Wanderers second marquee signing for the upcoming season following the capture of Italian striker Federico Piovaccari.
Wanderers said the 28-year-old would create options in the attacking third.
CEO John Tsatsimas said Vidosic was the “final major piece of business” for the club in the transfer window.
Wanderers have undergone an almost complete squad rebuild after 18 players leaving in the off-season
“We have had a very busy off-season ensuring we recruit a playing group that have the drive and ability to take our club to the next stage of its evolution,” Tsatsimas said.
“Dario has a fantastic technical ability and we welcome him to the club and look forward to making him feel at home within the team and importantly within our club culture.
“I am sure Dario will receive a very warm welcome from our fans as we all look forward to a very successful season ahead.”
Vidosic left Adelaide United in August 2013 to join FC Sion, scoring eight goals in 46 appearances for the club.