Former Serbia striker Mateja Kezman has signed a a contract with Hong Kong side South China. The 31-year-old attacker declared that he needed a new challenge and expressed his delight with the opportunity to play for South China.
"Having played the majority of my career in Europe I wanted a new challenge in my life," Kezman told southchinafc.com.
"The opportunity to play for South China excites me and I feel I can offer the team many things. I have maintained fitness over the winter and feel ready to play and score goals.
"I want more success in my football career and believe South China FC can bring that, I have spoken to the manager and seen the team play and I believe this is the right club for me, I'm confident this will be a fantastic experience for all involved."
Kezman previously played for clubs such as PSV, Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, Fenerbahce and Paris Saint-Germain. He was released on a free transfer by PSG in November 2010 and had since been looking for a new club.