Fulham have completed a deal worth £1.75m for Everton forward Tomasz Radzinski.

The Whites swooped to bring the Canadian international, who has long been on their radar, to London after he went public with his desire to leave Goodison Park. Chris Coleman has moved quickly to reshape his attacking options over the summer, already bringing in experienced striker Andy Cole from Blackburn Rovers.

Radzinski, who scored 26 goals in 105 appearances during his three years at Everton, signed a three-year contract with Fulham. Coleman was delighted that the 30 year-old joins Cole and Charlton midfielder Claus Jensen in becoming Fulham’s third new signing in the space of a week.

The Fulham manager told the club’s official website this afternoon:

“This has been a great two weeks for the club in terms of player activity. I am delighted we have secured the services of three fine additions to our current squad in Andy Cole, Claus Jensen and now Tomasz.”

Radzinski had only twelve months to run on his existing contract with Everton and the versatile forward had angered the Toffees by breaking off negotiations over a new three-year deal. He incensed the Merseyside outfit by criticising manager David Moyes in the media before urging Wayne Rooney to leave Everton for the good of his career. The 30 year-old scored eight times in 34 appearances last season.