Matt Turner has officially joined Arsenal from the MLS team New England Revolution.
The North London side and the 28-year-old goalkeeper have agreed to a “long-term” contract.
Turner joined the team of New England in 2016 and appeared in 111 games.
In a friendly match against Trinidad & Tobago last year, he made his debut for the USMNT. Since then, Turner has earned 18 national team appearances.
The US international traveled to London for a long-awaited medical and some unveiling photos after playing his final MLS match last week.
Bernd Leno and Alex Runarsson are anticipated to leave the team this summer, so Turner joins as Ramsdale’s backup.
Turner will wear the No 30 shirt for his new side.
It is believed that the clubs agreed to a base fee of slightly less than $7 million, with the possibility of additional add-ons. New England will keep a portion of the sale.