Lescott is Mark Hughes' eighth new signing of the summer
England defender Joleon Lescott has completed his protracted move from Everton to Manchester City.
The 27-year-old defender has signed a five-year contract for a fee thought to be about £22m, taking City's summer spending to more than £120m.
The transfer brings to end the bitter wrangle between the two clubs, with Everton boss David Moyes accusing City of "disgusting" behaviour.
Lescott could make his City debut against Portsmouth on Sunday.
City boss Mark Hughes told the club's official website: "I am absolutely delighted to welcome Joleon to Manchester City.
"In bringing Joleon to the club I feel we have recruited a defender of the very highest quality. He can play in a number of defensive positions, and I'm positive he will make a significant impact for us."
Lescott said: "I'm over the moon to get the move completed, and I'm looking forward to training with the lads as I've not trained for a few days.
"The way this club is moving on, I'm really looking forward to being a part of that."
Lescott, who is the second most expensive English defender after Rio Ferdinand, is expected to form a central defensive partnership with fellow new signing Kolo Toure.
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