The world's oldest footballer Kazu Miura has found a new club at the age of 54.
The centre-forward has been with Japanese outfit Yokohama FC since 2005, but he will be spending the next season on loan to Suzuka PG, who ply their trade in the four tier.
Yokohama were relegated to the second division last season and have now decided to the veteran forward on loan.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to play here and will do my best to contribute to the club on the pitch," the 54-year-old said.
Miura has been around the world during his long career, having previously played for Brazilian giants Santos, Genoa, Dinamo Zagrab and Sydney FC.
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