Former Real Madrid forward, Emmanuel Adebayor has completed his move to Turkish topflight side Kayserispor on a year deal.
The Togolese forward joined Anatolian Star this summer after his deal with Istanbul Basaksehir was not renewed at the end of last season.
Adebayor scored 24 goals in 60 appearances for the Fatih Terim Stadium outfit during his one and a half year reign at the club.
The 35-year-old Togolese while reacting to his new deal said that he was happy to join the club, adding that his experience in the league will be valuable for his new club.
He was quoted by BBC saying: “This is a league I know very well and I feel happy to be here,”.
“We can only do something great together and I want to make a positive contribution to the great quality already here at the club.”
The forward, who won the African footballer of the year in 2008 has featured for top European clubs since he left his country in 2001.
The former Gunner got to the final of the Champions League twice – with Monaco and Arsenal but failed to lift the title on both occasions.
Adebayor only won one Copa del Rey title with Real Madrid during his short spell at the Bernabeu in 2011.
The Togolese star was also named the BBC African player of the year in 2007, and in 2008, he won the best goal of the season from the same organisation.
He was part of the team that qualified his country for the 2006 Africa Cup of Nations championship – scoring 11 goals in the qualification process.