Ghana international Rabiu Mohammed has signed for French second tier side, Paris FC, on a one year deal.
Rabiu, 29, officially signed for the French Ligue 2 outfit as a free agent on Thursday after leaving Russian Premier League ckub Krylia Sovetov Samara as a free agent this summer.
The Ghanaian midfield enforcer has experienced a torrid time in his professional career over the last five years as injuries has taken the better of him.
Injuries have blighted the midfielder's career in recent times
With his huge experience, Rabiu is expected to command a regular position at the Stade Charlety club and be the fulcrum of the team as they seek topflight promotion.
This is the second time Rabiu is going to play in France after attaining cult status at Evian Thonon during the early part of his career.
He has also featured for Gymnastica, Kuban Krassnodar, as well as Anzhi Makhachkala in Russia.
Rabiu (right) in action against Portugal at the 2014 World Cup
He made 19 appearances for Ghana and scored two goals, playing in major competition including the 2012, 2013 and 2015 AFCON and the 2014 FIFA world Cup in Brazil.