Mainz have made their second summer signing by securing the services of Bosnia-Herzegovina attacker Kenan Kodro for next season.
The 23-year-old joins from Spanish side Osasuna and has signed a four-year-contract with the 05ers, who snapped up former Hamburg goalkeeper René Adler on a free transfer last week.
“The Bundesliga has always been my aim and I am switching from one high-profile league to another," said Kodro, who scored seven times in 28 appearances in La Liga last season.
"When the offer came in from Mainz it was clear for me that I wanted to take this logical next step in my development."
Osasuna were relegated from the Spanish top flight last season but Mainz sporting director Rouven Schröder was impressed by how Kodro had performed in difficult circumstances.
“Kenan Kodro is a special character - a team player who is ambitious in his personal goals," Schröder said.
“At 1.90 metres tall, he is a variable and complete forward. He is physically robust and technically accomplished, confident on the ball and knows how to be involved in link-up play."
Kodro, who was born in the Basque city of San Sebastien, joined Osasuna from Real Sociedad in 2014. The son of former Bosnia striker Meho Kodro, he made his debut for Bosnia-Herzegovina in March 2017.