Bundesliga outfit Wolfsburg have completed the transfers of Stoke City striker Tuncay Sanli and holding midfielder Jan Polak from Belgian champions Anderlecht.
The Czech Republic international has signed a contract until the summer of 2013 with the Woelfe while the contract terms of the Turkish international, Tuncay, are undisclosed.
The German outfit were desperate to land a midfielder and striking re-inforcements in the winter transfer window and head coach Steve McClaren has now got his men.
Tuncay, 29, joined Stoke from Middlesbrough in 2009 but failed to find a regular first team berth in the Potteries.
The 29-year-old Polak started his professional career with Boby Brno and also wore the jerseys of Slovan Liberec and Nuernberg before joining Anderlecht in the summer of 2007.
Anderlecht sporting director Herman van Holsbeeck was quite satisfied with the transfer fee received for Polak and wished the midfielder all the best at his new club.
"Everybody's a winner in this transfer. Anderlecht receive a nice transfer fee for Polak and Jan gets the chance to return to the Bundesliga as he wanted. We're confident that we'll be able to cope with his departure and wish Jan all the best at Wolfsburg," he said.