Fulham have signed striker Tomasz Radzinski from Everton for an undisclosed fee, subject to a medical.
The 30-year-old has signed a three-year deal to become manager Chris Coleman's third addition in the last fortnight.
"This has been a great two weeks for the club in terms of player activity," Coleman told the club's website.
"I am delighted we have secured the services of three fine additions to our current squad in Andy Cole, Claus Jensen and now Tomasz."
The fee is reported to be about £1.75m for Radzinski, who had 12 months to run on his Goodison Park contract.
The forward, who joined Everton from Anderlecht three years ago, rejected a new three-year deal and publicly criticised manager David Moyes.
The Merseyside club were furious with Radzinski for refusing a deal he had originally demanded, then urging England striker Wayne Rooney to quit the club.
His fierce criticism of Moyes and the lack of new signings at the club made his swift departure almost inevitable.
Coleman was keen to seal the deal after being handed the £3m he received from Tottenham for Sean Davis.
Radzinski scored eight goals in 34 appearances last season.