By ESPNSTAR.com staff
The 32-year-old, who was part of the Spain squad that won Euro 2008, arrived in Malaysia on Sunday and was unveiled at a press conference, although it was said then that he was "close to agreeing a deal".
Nonetheless, it has now been confirmed that Guiza has put pen to paper to a one-year loan deal and has, in the process, rejected offers to join fellow La Liga sides Real Zaragoza and Malaga, according to the player himself.
Speaking on Sunday, he admitted he needed a change of scenery after failing to play a single game for Getafe so far this season, and believes he has what it takes to make an impact in Malaysia.
"It took a lot of effort for me to come here and I hope it's a sign of my intent," he said. "I had differing opinions with my manager at Getafe and I figured it was time to get a breath of fresh air.
"I have no problems with the weather and just can't wait to start doing what I do best again."
Johor are looming as the next big force in Malaysian football as they have reportedly concluded deals for Malaysia internationals Safiq Rahim, Aidil Zafuan, Zaquan Adha, Azmi Muslim and Muslim Ahmad, and are also rumoured to be keen on Norshahrul Idlan Talaha and Nurul Azwan Roya, who were part of the Kelantan side that won the treble of the Super League, Malaysia Cup and FA Cup this year.