Inter Miami CF announced Wednesday that it has signed Venezuelan international striker and former Landon Donovan MLS MVP Josef Martínez.

The one-time MVP, MLS Cup champion, MLS golden boot winner, U.S. Open Cup winner, and Campeones Cup champion will join Inter Miami after six seasons with Atlanta United.

Atlanta used its ne offseason buyout on the player’s budget charge. Martínez will no longer occupy a Designated Player spot on the team’s roster.

“Josef is a champion and adding him to our group is exciting for us as we head into the 2023 season. He’s been one of the best players in the league since he first arrived and we believe he’ll make a difference here at Inter Miami,” Chief soccer officer and sporting director Chris Henderson said in a statement. “We’re adding a proven goalscorer with a track record of success in MLS. We’re thrilled to have a player like Josef in our attack.”

Martínez, 29, compiled an extensive list of accomplishments in his six seasons with Atlanta. He was named to the MLS Best XI in each of his first three seasons, an All-Star in 2018 and 2019, and was voted league MVP and led Atlanta to an MLS Cup title in 2018 as the MLS Cup MVP. Martinez also helped guide the team to Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup and Campeones Cup crowns in 2019, won MLS Golden Boot with 31 goals in 2018, won MLS Goal of the Year in 2019 and 2022, holds the league’s all-time hat-trick record with six and the season mark with three (2017 and 2018), and became the fastest player in MLS history to score 100 goals in all competitions, reaching the mark in 125 games.

“I’m excited for the opportunity to represent Inter Miami and give the best of myself,” Martinez said in a statement. “This is a club with high aspirations and that aims to be amongst the best in the league. I hope to help the team achieve its objectives and leave my mark at the club.”

Martínez will be introduced to fans this Saturday with a special halftime ceremony during Inter Miami’s international friendly against Brazilian side Vasco da Gama.

“Josef has played a pivotal role in Atlanta United’s history, scoring memorable goals and hoisting multiple trophies for moments that will forever live with our supporters,” Atlanta United vice president and technical director Carlos Bocanegra said in a statement. “He was a foundational piece who was responsible for helping build our brand into what it is today. We cannot thank him enough for his contributions to the club and the community over the last six years. He will always be part of Atlanta United and we wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors.”