Ex Liverpool hero, Djibril Cisse has inked for American fourth-tier club Panathinaikos Chicago at the age of 39.
The veteran French forward has been without a club since his release from Swiss Division Three outfit Yverdon Sports.
But PAO Chicago disclosed the arrival of the ex Liverpool striker, the 13th club of his career, by posting on Twitter: ‘Once Green, Always Green.’
PAO Chicago was founded by Dimitrios Chronopoulos and his son Denny, who are supporters of Greek outfit and namesake Panathinaikos, a Greek club based in Athens.
Cisse had stints with Greek giants Panathinaikos between 2009-11 after exiting Marseille. He bagged an impressive 47 goals in just 61 games during his time with the Greeks.
Cisse, 39, who started his career with Auxerre in France also featured for Liverpool, Sunderland, Lazio, Queens Park Rangers, Al-Gharafa, Kuban Krasnodar, Bastia, Saint-Pierroise, Yverdon and AC Vicenza 1902.