Sunday, 30th September, 2012
Eidur Gudjohnsen is expected to undergo a medical with Belgian side Cercle Brugge on Monday, ahead of a move to the Jupiler Pro League club.
The Iceland forward has been a free agent since parting company with Greek giants AEK Athens in the summer but, despite being 34 years old, the striker is not ready to hang up his boots just yet.
Gudjohnsen is expected to be on a flight from Barcelona to Brussels this evening, with a landing time of 19:00 scheduled and then on Monday, a medical will be conducted at the Saint-Luc Hospital in Bruges.
The striker has played for a number of clubs in a notable career.
He joined PSV Eindhoven from Valur Reykjavik in 1995, before heading back to Iceland and then to Bolton Wanderers in 1998.
Gudjohnsen impressed at the Reebok Stadium, earning a switch to Chelsea just two years later.
From the Blues it was on to Barcelona in 2006 and then to Monaco in 2009. A nomadic time has followed, with spells at Tottenham Hotspur, Stoke City, Fulham and AEK Athens.
He had a trial with MLS outfit Seattle Sounders earlier this summer.