Radio Monte Carlo is reporting that Marseille striker Andre-Pierre Gignac has reached an agreement with Dynamo Moscow.
With his current deal at Stade Velodrome due to expire at the end of the season, the France international has been free to negotiate a Bosman deal with interested sides from 1st January, and it appears he has finally found a new club.
According to Radio Monte Carlo, Gignac has agreed a three-year deal with Dynamo Moscow worth €3.5 million per campaign.
His former Marseille teammate Mathieu Valbuena has already developed into a key player at Arena Khimki and he will help Gignac adapt to the new surroundings.
The highly rated footballer also had offers from English Premier League, but he eventually opted to accept the lucrative proposal from Dynamo Moscow.
Gignac has been scoring goals on regular basis over the last two years, bagging 16 league goals in each of the last two seasons.