Ciro Immobile has been presented as a Borussia Dortmund player, completing his switch from Torino.
The striker left Italy’s pre-World Cup training base in Florence this morning to travel to Germany in order to confirm his move to the Bundesliga outfit.
And after a routine medical, the Azzurri international has been announced as a Schwartzgelben player.
The 24-year-old, who was Serie A’s top goalcorer last season, has been charged with replacing Robert Lewandowski at Signal Iduna Park, following the Poland international’s switch to Bayern Munich.
"I'm glad that everything has gone well and an agreement has been reached," he told Bild. "I can't wait to play for Borussia Dortmund."
Immobile’s move has cost the club a reported €19.5m.
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