Toulon have managed to acquire the services of former France international Vincent Clerc for the upcoming season.
Having been part of Toulouse for almost 14 years, Clerc has signed a one-year deal with Mourad Boudjellal's club.
During his stint with Toulouse, the winger has played 315 games and has scored over 600 points.
Clerc has already announced his retirement from international rugby and has played 67 games for France scoring 170 points in it between 2002 and 2013.
Clerc has been part of the victorious France team in three Six Nations tournament while his club achievements include three European Champions Cup victories and a Top14 triumph in 2008.
The news was confirmed by Toulon's official twitter handle and the 35-year-old will join some of the biggest names in rugby at the club which includes Bryan Habana, Quade Cooper, Ma'a Nonu, Leigh Halfpenny and Matt Giteau.
Toulon are currently second in the ongoing Top14 season with 77 points from 24 games while Toulouse are placed fifth with 70 points.