Bayern Munich have confirmed the signing of Noussair Mazraoui on a free transfer from Ajax.
The full-back's contract is set to expire this summer and he had looked set to join Barcelona earlier in the year, but has opted for a move to the Bundesliga with Bayern.
Speaking to his new club's official website after the deal was confirmed, Mazraoui said: "Straight from the first discussions with FC Bayern, I had a good feeling and I'm excited about joining one of the biggest clubs in Europe.
"FC Bayern have just become German champions for the 10th year in a row and will be among the contenders to win the Champions League again next season. I've chosen this club because I can win the biggest titles here."
Bayern's CEO also expressed his delight at the signing, stating: "Noussair Mazraoui is the next building block as we continue to strengthen our team in a targeted way. We have big aims again for the new season, and players such as Noussair Mazraoui increase our options.
"We're also looking forward to taking on the Champions League again with him and we want to celebrate a lot of successes together in the coming years."
90min confirmed that deal had been done for both Mazraoui and his former Ajax teammate Ryan Gravenberch earlier in May. Bayern had been hopeful of securing the latter for around €25m, but despite Ajax's desire to receive €30m, 90min understands that Die Roten have got their wish.