Seasoned goalkeeper Eduardo - a member of Portugal's Euro 2016 squad - has joined Chelsea from Dinamo Zagreb on a one-year deal.
Chelsea have announced the signing of Eduardo from Dinamo Zagreb, the Portugal international signing a one-year deal at Stamford Bridge.
The 33-year-old had been heavily linked having a transfer to Antonio Conte's side and confirmed on Wednesday that he will be leaving Dinamo immediately after assisting the club to qualify for the group stage of your Champions League.
His move to England has now been confirmed, giving Conte a different senior goalkeeping choice to compete with Thibaut Courtois and Asmir Begovic.
"Having the chance to come for the Premier League and to Chelsea, to such a significant club, it's a simple choice to produce," mentioned Eduardo.
"For me this can be the very best plus the most challenging league and it really is one more level from where I have been until now. So it is a new challenge, at this moment I feel very fantastic, so I'm prepared for this.
"All the colleagues I've usually say the dream should be to come towards the Premier League, where you will find the ideal clubs plus the most effective players, and also the opportunity to come here arrived at this moment.
"I am content to be here and I hope I meet the expectations persons have for me."
Eduardo has 35 Portugal caps, obtaining made his international debut in 2009. He was his country's first-choice goalkeeper in the 2010 Globe Cup.
Prior to his two seasons with Dinamo, he enjoyed four-year spells at Braga and Genoa.