Galatasaray have completed the transfer of Garry Rodrigues from PAOK on a four-and-a-half-year deal the club revealed today on their official website.
The Lions released a statement on the public stock exchange that €3.5 million will be paid to PAOK as a transfer fee.
Rodrigues will make €675,000 until the end of the current season and €1.35 million for the remaining four seasons.
PAOK stand to make 20 percent of any future transfer fee if Rodriguez leaves Galatasaray in the future.
The arrival of Rodriguez is a sign that either Lukas Podolski or Bruma are headed for an exit.
Bruma has been closely linked with a move to the Premier League while Podolski has attracted interest from the Chinese Super League.
Rodrigues will join Wesley Sneijder and Nigel de Jong as the third Dutch player in the current Galatasaray setup.
The Lions are also managed by a Dutch manager in Jan Olde Riekerink.
Rodrigues scored six goals and provided eights assists for PAOK in all competitions this season season.
The 26-year-old scored three times and provided three assists in European competition of the Greek based outfit.
Rodrigues joined PAOK from Elche in 2015 and has a total of 13 goals and 14 assists since making his move.
Galatasaray are currently third in the Super Lig, three points behind leaders Basaksehir.
The Istanbul giants are able to focus solely on the title race this season as they have been suspended from European football due to breaching FFP rulings.
The Lions will be allowed to return to European competition next season if they comply with FFP regulations over the transfer window .