Arsenal star Emmanuel Adebayor is the latest big name player to announce that he's joining Manchester City.
After weeks of rumours, the striker has agreed a five-year deal that's thought to be worth about £25m, to join fellow new signing Carlos Tevez at Eastlands.
The 25-year-old said he can't wait to start and show fans what he can do.
"I was born to play football and that is what I want to do," he said. "I have come here to make history for this club and those supporters."
Adebayor's signing means Manchester City have spent about £80m on new players so far this summer, and it seems they haven't stopped yet.
City boss Mark Hughes is still hoping to sign Chelsea's John Terry, even though a £30m bid for the England star has been rejected and Chelsea say their captain isn't for sale.