Former Ivory Coast midfiler Yaya Toure has joined China's Qingdao Huanghai Football Club.
He made the announcement on his official website, saying it was an "exciting" challenge.
"Since the start of my football career, I have always loved challenges and now I have decided to take this new challenge and make history once again with Qingdao Huanghai Football Club.
"This is a very exciting young club with a lot of potential and we share the same philosophy - that is to play beautiful football. It will be my great honour to grow and succeed with this club," Toure said.
Qingdao Huanghai plays in the Chinese League Division One.
"I believe my experiences in football will offer something new to this growing club and together we can make great history. I can't wait to let my football do the magic once again, let's enjoy football together," Toure said.
The 36-year-old former Manchester City and Barcelona player joins the Chinese club after a largely unsuccessful second stint with Greek side Olympiakos.
He has been without a club since December.
The Ivorian has previously vowed to continue playing football for as long as his legs can carry him.