Olivier Giroud on Friday bid farewell to Chelsea.
On his official Twitter account, the 34-year-old said he was starting a new journey and thanked his teammates, coaches and personnel at the English club.
The French forward also noted his trophies with the Blues, including one from the Champions League, one from the Europa League and one FA Cup.
Starting his career with the French club Grenoble, Giroud transferred to Chelsea in 2018 from rival Arsenal.
He scored 39 goals and made 14 assists in 119 matches with Chelsea.
The 2018 World Cup winner also had 46 goals in 110 matches for his national team.
Chelsea finished the English Premier League in fourth place with 67 points last season.