(CNN) -- Real Mallorca striker Daniel Guiza, the top scorer in the Spanish Primera Liga last season, has signed a four-year contract with Turkish giants Fenerbahce.
Guiza (right) and Aragones will now link-up at Fenerbahce after the pair helped Spain win Euro 2008.
Guiza will join his former Spain national coach Luis Aragones at the Istanbul-based club and will arrive on July 14 to officially sign his contract.
No details have been given on the transfer fee, with the Spanish press estimating it to be around 17.4 million euros ($27.3 million) for the 27-year-old -- who is expected to earn an annual salary of approximately three million euros.
Aragones, who took over at the Turkish side last week after leading Spain to victory at Euro 2008, was instrumental in moving the deal forward.
Guiza scored 27 goals for Mallorca last season after joining the club from Getafe in July 2007.
He scored twice for Spain during Euro 2008, with Aragones using him as a substititute for first-choice strikers David Villa and Fernando Torres.