France striker Andre-Pierre Gignac has joined Marseille from Toulouse, the French champions have confirmed.
French media reported Gignac moved in a deal worth €18 million.
“I’m very proud to wear Marseille’s shirt. This is a dream come true,” the striker, who was born in Martigues, a town near Marseille, told reporters.
Gignac, 24, has scored four goals in 16 games for France. He was part of the French squad during last World Cup.
Marseille turned to Gignac last week after they failed to sign Sevilla’s Brazil striker Luis Fabiano.