Newcastle United striker Siem de Jong has joined PSV Eindhoven on a season-long loan.
De Jong, 27, joined the Magpies from Ajax in 2014 but has only managed seven starts and 26 appearances in total for the club because of a series of injury problems.
At PSV he will link up with his brother Luuk de Jong, who spent time on loan with Newcastle during the 2013-14 campaign.
'Ik ben heel blij dat PSV bij mij uit is gekomen.' Welkom bij de club Siem! pic.twitter.com/QtC1K5I26f
- PSV (@PSV) August 22, 2016
Speaking in the Dutch media, Luuk de Jong is reported by the Newcastle Chronicle as saying: "For PSV it is good to have a lot of competition. We are entering a tough season and need options.
"Once before we had the chance to play together. Then Siem went to Newcastle, I could have stayed there, but I chose to go to PSV. It's great that we can play together now anyway."
Siem de Jong has been sidelined with a hamstring injury but is close to returning to full fitness.