Franck Ribery has signed for Fiorentina in Serie A.
The French winger, 36, left Bayern Munich when his contract expired over the summer and many thought he may retire after a long list of injuries.
However, the tricky wideman has arrived in Italy after 12 seasons at Bayern which saw him win 23 major trophies, including the UEFA Champions League in 2013.
As for Fiorentina, this is a huge deal for them as Ribery will be unveiled in a press conference tomorrow.
The Florence club have slumped in recent seasons and barely avoided relegation from Serie A in 2018-19, and that came after six consecutive top eight finishes in Italy’s top-flight.
U.S. businessman Rocco Commisso bought the club for $181 million this summer and is promising to steadily rebuild the squad under Vincenzo Montella, who had a glorious spell in charge from 2012-15.
Adding Ribery means they have a big name on board, but can he stay fit and help this new-look side push up the Serie A table? Fiorentina have made 13 new signings this summer and a huge overhaul was needed.
If Ribery can stay fit and fresh, he showed at Bayern last season that he still has a little left in the tank.