NEWCASTLE UNITED announced the arrival of Nick Pope with a hilarious Twitter post.
The England keeper, 30, arrives at St James' Park in a deal worth around £10million and has signed a four-year deal.
And the Magpies Christened his move with a brilliant post showing white smoke above St James' Park.
At the Vatican City, white smoke emerging above the Sistine Chapel signifies a new Pope has been elected to the position.
Pope was named in the Premier League Team of the Year in 2020, but couldn't help the Clarets avoid relegation last season.
He has won eight England caps and has cemented himself as the Three Lions' No 2.
He said: "Now I'm here, I can't wait to get started.
"The deal has taken a couple of weeks to come to fruition but it got over the line really quickly, and I'm delighted to be here and I'm really looking forward to getting stuck into it."
Newcastle boss Eddie Howe added: "Nick is an exceptional Premier League and international level goalkeeper so I'm very pleased to be adding strong competition to a very important position.
"There has been a lot of interest in him from other clubs this summer, so I'd like to thank our owners and everyone behind the scenes for getting us ahead of the competition.
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"I'm delighted he is joining us as we prepare for the exciting challenge ahead."
Howe made his move last week and Pope will battle Martin Dubravka for the No1 jersey.
Pope will follow left-back Matt Targett to Tyneside - and hopes are rising that defender Sven Botman will soon follow.