Queens Park Rangers have confirmed the signing of Eduardo Vargas from Napoli on a season-long loan deal.
The 24-year-old helped Chile to the knockout stages of the World Cup earlier in the summer and attracted interest from a host of European clubs. QPR boss Harry Redknapp said on the club’s official Twitter account: "Eduardo is a quality player. He’s sharp, he’s bright, and he’s very lively on and off the ball.
"He can play as a number nine, he can play in behind, he can play wide, he’s very versatile."
Vargas, who has scored 15 goals in 32 games for his country, added: "I’ve come here to do as much as I can and I’m very happy to play for QPR.
"It’s a very exciting league and a super-competitive league and a lot of players look forward to coming to play here in England. I’m looking forward to it. My biggest characteristic is one of speed. I’m always looking towards goal. My intention is to give 100 per cent and not let myself down and to work hard for the team."
Vargas becomes QPR’s second signing in as many days after Leroy Fer completed his move to Loftus Road from Norwich City for an undisclosed fee on Wednesday.
Vargas will team up with compatriot Mauricio Isla at QPR. Isla joined the Premier League outfit from Juventus earlier this month.
Vargas moved to Napoli from Universidad de Chile in 2012 in a reported £11.5million transfer. The South American, who played at the World Cup in Brazil, failed to earn regular playing time at Napoli last season.
He joined Spanish outfit Valencia on loan in January, where he scored three times in 17 La Liga appearances.