PSV Eindhoven have completed the signing of winger Bruma from RB Leipzig.
The 24-year-old stayed at the Red Bull Arena for two seasons following his arrival from Galatasaray in 2017.
Bruma was largely used as a substitute under Ralf Rangnick last season, making eight of his 14 appearances from the bench. He scored one goal and recorded one assist in the Bundesliga.
The Portuguese international did start all six games in RB Leipzig’s disappointing UEFA Europa League campaign that saw them eliminated at the group stage.
Bruma was born in Guinea-Bissau and came through the youth academy at Sporting Club of Portugal, making his Primeira Liga debut in February 2013 as an 18-year-old, having joined the club five years earlier.
He moved to Galatasaray that summer but spent a season out on loan in La Liga with Real Sociedad in 2015-16 before he moved to the Bundesliga in 2017. During his time in Turkey, Bruma won the Super Lig once and the Turkish Cup twice. He made his Portugal debut that year and has gone on to score one goal in seven caps.