Miroslav Klose has put pen to paper on a contract with Lazio, according to latest emanating reports from Italy.
Sky Sport24 reports that the Germany international striker officially signed the contract on Wednesday evening and will undergo the required medical tests on Thursday.
Reports earlier on Wednesday had suggested that the former Kaiserslautern and Werder Bremen forward, who turns 33 tomorrow, will pen a two-year contract worth €2 million per season. However, this is yet to be confirmed.
The news come just two days after Klose announced his decision to leave Bayern Munich after seeing out his contract with the German giants.
Klose, who started his professional career with Homburg, endured a disappointing 2010-11 campaign for Bayern, scoring just one goal in 20 Bundesliga appearances.
He netted on three occasions in the DFB Pokal and found the target once in two Champions League encounters for the Bavarians.