AC Milan have confirmed the signing of defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos from Genoa.
Papastathopoulos, 22, is said to have cost around €5 million. Milan have also allowed Gianmarco Zigoni, Nnamdi Oduamadi and Rodney Strasser to join Genoa on a co-ownership arrangement as part of the deal.
It is believed Papastathopoulos, who represented Greece at this summer's World Cup, will operate as a right back. He made 50 appearances for Genoa after leaving AEK Athens in 2008.
Meanwhile, around 3,000 Milan supporters protested against owner Silvio Berlusconi on Tuesday as they remain unconvinced by the club's ambition in the transfer market.
A press release from the club's 'Ultras' read: "We perfectly understand the general economic situation and the problems big clubs are having in investing and managing budgets, but you can still make big signings without spending ridiculous figures.
"We will continue our protest against those who no longer show love for our Milan and are completely and exclusively involved in extra-football activities. For us, nothing has changed in our stance towards Berlusconi. He continues to be an unjustified absentee."