Chelsea have signed Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi from Marseille.
The 22-year-old moves for a reported £33million fee and has signed a five-year contract.
Batshuayi becomes incoming head coach Antonio Conte’s first signing.
Batshuayi joins compatriots Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois at Chelsea.
In swapping Stade Velodrome for Stamford Bridge, he makes the same move Didier Drogba did 12 years ago.
Batshuayi said on chelseafc.com: “I am delighted to sign for one of the biggest clubs in Europe and embark on the next chapter in my career. I hope I can help Chelsea win many trophies during my time at Stamford Bridge.
“Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois have told me many good things about the club, and with Antonio Conte coming in it’s an exciting time to become a Chelsea player.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for myself and my family, I am looking forward to playing in the Premier League next season.”
Batshuayi scored with his first touch in Belgium’s Euro 2016 last-16 win over Hungary, but his side then exited to Wales.
Conte, whose Italy reign ended after their penalty shootout loss to Germany on Saturday night, begins work with Chelsea imminently.
It is expected Chelsea will be more active than usual in the transfer window this summer, having slipped from Premier League champions in 2015 to 10th place a year on.
Another striker, in addition to Batshuayi, is a probable addition.
The end of loan deals for Radamel Falcao and Alexandre Pato created space in the squad and Batshuayi will compete with Diego Costa up front, while Loic Remy’s future is uncertain.
“My motivation is to be First with @ChelseaFC,” Batshuayi wrote on Twitter in announcing his move.