Melbourne Victory's squad overhaul continued with the signing of Brazilian midfielder Guilherme Finkler on a two-year deal.
Just two days after the announcement of Mauritius international midfielder Jonathan Bru's capture, Victory confirmed a deal with 26-year-old Finkler.
"Guilherme is an exciting prospect and I'm looking forward to working with him," Melbourne Victory coach Ange Postecoglou said.
"Brazilian players have certain qualities that not many other players possess, so I'm confident he can bring a different type of flair to the group, but more importantly, he comes with a determination and ambition to be part of a successful team."
Finkler has been a journeyman so far in his career and last played with Brazilian Serie A side ABC Futebol Clube, on loan from Criciuma.
After a brief European sojourn with English Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers and Belgian club Mouscron five seasons ago, Finkler has spent the remainder of his time in Brazil's lower tiers.
"It's very exciting for me to be joining Melbourne Victory," Finkler said.
"I have known Fernando Rech (former Adelaide United striker) for a long time and he told me how nice Australia is and that the standard of football is very good."
Awaiting via clearance, Finkler is expected in Australia next month to link up with fellow new boys Bru, Spase Dilevski, Sam Gallagher and Adama Traore.
In-demand Mat Ryan has opted for Belgian powerhouse Club Brugge over Denmark's Randers as he heads to Europe to embark on the next stage of his burgeoning career.