Brazilian World Cup winner Rivaldo has made a surprise move to Angolan side Kabuscorp.
The former Barcelona star, who won the World Cup in 2002, has signed a one-year deal with the club.
Since leaving AC Milan in 2004, the 39-year-old has played club football in Brazil, Greece and Uzbekistan. The 1999 World footballer of the year was unveiled to the Angolan media at a news conference on Friday.
"This is going to be a new experience for me," said Rivaldo.
"I am happy to be there and as happens with all the clubs I join.
"I will try to honour the shirt of Kabuscorp and hope to meet expectations on the field."
Kabuscorp are looking to win their first Angolan league championship after finishing second last year by one point.