Manchester City FC have completed the €3.5m signing of Trevor Sinclair from West Ham United FC.
Sinclair passed a medical on Monday to put the seal on a four-year deal with the club he supported as a boy. City manager Kevin Keegan said: "Trevor is an England international at the peak of his career. He gives us another string to our bow. He can play right or left and he can play wing-back. I am delighted with him."
Keegan reportedly beat off competition from Middlesbrough FC to make the 30-year-old former Queen's Park Rangers FC player his third summer signing after goalkeeper David Seaman and defender Michael Tarnat.