Ghana striker Prince Tagoe has joined Turkish second-tier side Isparta Davrazspor in a one-year deal.
The 31-year-old had been without a club since 2016 after mutually terminating his contract with Malaysian side Kelantan.
"Isparta Davrazspor have now concluded every paperwork about striker Prince Tagoe," a club's statement read.
"The experienced player is joining us to help us reach the standard we believe the club deserves. It is a welcoming news to have him here since the young players can also learn from his experience."
The former Ghana Premier League topscorer also had stints with German side TSG Hoffenheim, Partizan Belgrade in Serbia, Al Shabab and Club Africain of Tunisia.
Tagoe boasts of 28 international caps and seven goals with Ghana. He was part of the squad at the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa.