Former Manchester City and Barcelona midfielder Yaya Toure has completed a move to Chinese side Qingdao Huanghai.
After it was claimed that Toure would be retiring from football in May, the Ivorian moved to insist that he would be continuing his career were he able to find a club.
And he has now moved to Qingdao, who play in the second tier of Chinese football.
In a statement published on his personal website, Toure said: "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.
Toure, who left Man City at the end of the 2017-18 campaign, was last seen plying his trade for Olympiacos.
His contract was terminated in December, however, having made just five appearances for the Greek outfit during his second spell at the club.
Having failed to join another club for the remainder of the campaign, Toure's agent, Dimitri Seluk, claimed his client would be hanging up his boots in May.
But just two days later Toure refuted the claims, insisting that he was still on the market should a club require his services.