Chelsea legend Didier Drogba has signed for Major League Soccer side Montreal Impact after leaving the Blues on a free transfer, according to reports from talkSPORT.
Chicago previously had the rights to sign the 37-year-old after filing a discovery claim, but Drogba was attracted to making a move to a French speaking city, so Montreal bought the rights for a fee in the region of $250,000.
Drogba left the Blues after helping his former club win the Premier League title, which was his fourth during nine years with the club.
The former Galatasaray star is set to play alongside former West Ham ace Nigel Reo-Coker, and is likely to face former team-mate Frank Lampard, who now plays for New York City FC.
Last season with Chelsea, Drogba was used mostly as an impact substitute under Jose Mourinho, scoring seven goals in 40 appearances.