Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has reportedly agreed to sign for Galatasaray.
The 34-year-old only left the Blues last summer on a free transfer for Chinese outfit Shanghai Shenhua.
However, the Ivorian's time in the Super League has been plagued by reports of Shenhua struggling to pay the playing squad their wages, while changes to the coaching staff were also made.
As a result of the uncertainty, speculation had linked Drogba with a return to European football, which was said to have alerted the likes of AC Milan and Juventus.
It now appears that Galatasaray have won the race for his signature though, with reports in the Turkish media claiming that he has signed a deal until July 2014 with the Istanbul-based team.