Real Zaragoza have strengthened their attack with the signings of forward players Sergio García and Ewerthon.
Zaragoza have reportedly paid the Primera División champions €1.5m for García, who celebrated his 12-month loan at Levante UD last season by finishing as the team's seven-goal top scorer. Zaragoza coach Víctor Muñoz sees the 22-year-old as the ideal replacement for David Villa, who has left for Valencia CF.
García, who arrives on a four-year contract, has been a regular for Spain at various youth levels. He was part of Armando Ufarte's Under-20 side that finished runners-up at the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship.
Ewerthon, 24, has penned a five-year deal and joins for an undisclosed fee. The Brazilian departs Germany after a successful four-year spell, having scored 47 goals in 119 Bundesliga games for Dortmund. Ewerthon, capped six times by Brazil, started his career at SC Corinthians Paulista.