Napoli sign Llorente on free transfer
The club did not say how long the 34-year-old striker’s contract was for, although Italian media reported he had signed a two-year deal.
Llorente made 24 international appearances between 2008-2013, winning the 2010 World Cup and Euro 2012.
It will be the second time he has played in Italy, after a successful two-year spell with Juventus from 2013, playing a key role in two Serie A title triumphs and reaching the 2015 Champions League final, where he came on as a late second-half substitute in the 3-1 loss to Barcelona.
Llorente’s time at Tottenham did not go to plan, as he served as back-up to Harry Kane and managed only two goals in 36 Premier League games.