Championship side Brentford have signed right-back Maxime Colin from Belgian side Anderlecht for an undisclosed fee.
The 23-year-old Frenchman has signed a four-year contract with the Bees.
"Maxime has experience of playing at a good level with Anderlecht. He is an athletic defender who is also comfortable at the ball."
Colin began his senior career at US Boulogne and spent two years with Troyes before moving to Pro League side Anderlecht last summer.
He has represented France at under-20s level.
"Maxime is a player who we have watched extensively over recent weeks, so when Moses left it was a relatively straightforward move," Brentford co-director of football Phil Giles added.
He becomes Brentford's ninth signing of the summer transfer window.
Subject to international clearance, the defender could make his debut for the Bees against Bristol City on Saturday.
|Brentford's summer signings so far|
|Akaki Gogia (Hallescher)||Josh McEachran (Chelsea)|
|Ryan Williams (Morecambe)||Philipp Hofmann (Kaiserslautern)|
|Yoann Barbet (Chamois Niortais)||Lasse Vibe (Goteborg)|
|Konstantin Kerschbaumer (Admira Wacker)||Maxime Colin (Anderlecht)|
|Andreas Bjelland (FC Twente)|
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