Monaco FC have completed the free signing of Barcelona frontman Eidur Gudjohnsen, the French club have announced.
Gudjohnsen had long been linked with football away from the Camp Nou after expressing his dissatisfaction over his peripheral role at the Catalan club.
The Iceland international has now penned a two-year contract with Monaco, where he will wear the club's No.9 jersey.
The signing of Gudjohnsen finally ends Monaco's quest for a striker after their bid for Steve Savidan collapsed because of a cardiac condition.
The former Chelsea man, who joins Monaco on the same day as Mathieu Coutadeur, has become the first Icelandic footballer in the history of the club.
Luís Mira, Goal.com