Former Chelsea forward Loic Remy has joined Getafe on loan until the end of the season.
The Frenchman arrives from fellow La Liga side Las Palmas, who he joined on a free transfer in the summer following the expiration of his Stamford Bridge contract.
The 31-year-old netted five goals in 12 La Liga games for Las Palmas but had not played since Dec. 20 -- against Getafe.
Remy reportedly fell out with Las Palmas manager Paco Jemez last month after arriving late for a team dinner.
A statement on Getafe's website said: "Getafe CF and UD Las Palmas have reached an agreement for the transfer of footballer Loic Remy.
"The French striker has on his record a Premier League achieved in 2015 with Chelsea, also winning the Capital One Cup in the same year, plus a Ligue 1 with Olympique Lyon in 2007.''