He announced that he is joining Sagan Tosu as a free agent after leaving Atletico Madrid last month.
Fernando Torres, everybody's favourite floppy-haired blonde striker from the late noughties, is now 34-years-old.
Sagan Tosu were promoted to the J1 League in 2012 and have achieved a highest finish of fifth place in their existence.
Torres scored 10 goals in his final season at Atletico, including netting twice against Eibar in his final ever La Liga appearance .
The Japanese side appear to have gazumped the likes of the Australian A-League, with Torres reportedly lowering his wage demands in order to secure a transfer.
Torres was also heavily linked with a move to the United States or China.
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Torres, 34, left boyhood club Atletico Madrid at the end of the season following the expiration of his contract and made a decision to depart Europe despite several offers to stay within the continent.
The move had been teased at the end of May when the Japanese side accidentally posted an article on their website confirming Torres' arrival.
Iniesta recently left Barcelona to join Podolski at Vissel Kobe, and now the pair will come up against Torres next season.
While Peter Crouch has not had quite the glistening career of the Italian World Cup victor, he would certainly be taken to very kindly by the Australians.
Torres, who spent the bulk of his career with boyhood club Atletico across two spells, has also played for Liverpool, Chelsea and AC Milan and won the World Cup and two European Championship titles with Spain.