AC Milan have signed goalkeeper Flavio Roma from Monaco after releasing Zeljko Kalac by mutual consent.
Roma, 35, who played nearly 250 games in eight years at French outfit Monaco, has signed a one-year deal with the Rossoneri.
He replaces Kalac, 36, who has been at the San Siro since 2005 but made less than 60 appearances for the club.
"AC Milan announce they have rescinded the contract of Zeljko Kalac by mutual consent," read a statement on Milan's official website.
"In thanking him for how much he has given in the course of his time in the Rossoneri colours, Milan give Kalac their best wishes for the future.
"AC Milan also announce they have bought on a permanent basis the sporting rights of Flavio Roma, who has signed a contract until June 30, 2010."
Milan have three other goalkeepers on their books - Marco Storari, Nelson Dida and the injured first-choice Christian Abbiati.
Source: Sporting Life