Bayern Munich have signed teenage Juventus winger Kingsley Coman on a two-year loan deal with the option to make it permanent.
The Italian champions revealed Bayern will pay £5m for the loan deal and can buy the 19-year-old for £16m in 2017.
Bayern had said "details of the agreement will remain undisclosed".
The France Under-21 international will have played for Paris St-Germain, Juve and Bayern by his 20th birthday - having only moved to Turin last summer.
Coman made four appearances for PSG before moving to Serie A at the end of his contract with the French side in July 2014.
He played 20 times for Juve side last season, and twice more at the start of this campaign, before leaving for his third European giants.
Coman has won the domestic title in each of his three years as a professional.
"I want to take the next step in my career here and play my part in two successful years for FC Bayern," he said.