At the age of 30-years-old, Colin Kazim-Richards is set to join the eleventh club of his career after Coritiba and Corinthians agreed on a fee for the winger's services with a medical to take place within a week of the new year.


Corinthians revealed the news on their new signing on their Twitter:


A move to the six-time Brazilian marks an extensive career for Englishman who has had spells at Bury, Brighton, Sheffield United, Fenerbahce, Toulouse, Galatasaray, Olympiacos, Blackburn Rovers, Bursaspor, Feyernoord, Celtic and most recently Coritiba.


The footballer who was dubbed the 'coca-cola kid' after winning a competition run by the soft drink competition that started his move to Brighton and Hove Albion, has been out of form recently however and will hope a move to Corinthians can rejuvenate his career.

Kazim-Richards was offloaded by Celtic in the summer by Brendan Rodgers after only scoring two goals in 13 appearances. Since moving to Coritiba, he hasn't faired much better only finding the net twice in eleven matches.


With Corinthians currently sitting seventh in the Brazilian league, they will be hoping their new acquisition can return to goal-scoring ways as they look to challenge for the title in 2017.