Guillaume Beuzelin has signed a two-year deal at the Ricoh
Coventry City have confirmed the signing of 29-year-old French midfielder Guillaume Beuzelin from Scottish Premier League side Hibernian.
Sky Blues boss Chris Coleman told the club website: "We tried to sign him during the last transfer window.
"He's someone I've admired for a long time and he's a very good player."
Meanwhile, the Sky Blues are being linked with another move north of the border for Aberdeen's teenage striker Chris Maguire.
The 19-year-old scored four goals in as many games for the Dons late on last season, two of them proving to be matchwinners.
A potential fee of £300,000 has been mooted in reports in the Scottish press.
As for Beuzelin, he has signed a two-year deal to become Chris Coleman's first 'permanent' acquisition since taking over in February.
Beuzelin, signed by then Hibs boss Tony Mowbray from French side Le Havre in July 2004, made 117 appearances in his four seasons at Easter Road, netting 10 goals.