Fernando Torres has announced that he is joining Japanese top-flight side Sagan Tosu as a free agent.
The 34-year-old, who left Atletico Madrid last month, has also played for Liverpool, Chelsea and AC Milan and won the World Cup and two European Championship titles with Spain.
Torres becomes the second high-profile Spaniard to head to Japan in the last few weeks after former Barcelona great Andres Iniesta agreed to join Vissel Kobe in May.
Sagan Tosu have been in Japan's top flight J-League since 2012 but are currently in a relegation battle.
"We have had offers from every continent. My new team will be Sagan Tosu of Japan," the 34-year-old Torres said on Tuesday.
"I have had offers from France, Germany and even one from Spain but at no point did I ever think about going to another European team.
"I wanted a new challenge in a completely different place."