The former England Under-21 international has finally opted for a move abroad after a fairly unsuccessful ten-year career in England.
Swansea striker Luke Moore has signed a three-year contract with Turkish Super Lig side Elazigspor.
The striker had ten months remaining on his contract at the Brittania but agreed to a mutual termination with the club.
This move is the first time Moore will play for a side outside of England or Wales, after ten seasons at professional level.
Once touted a strong English prospect during his younger years at Aston Villa, Moore failed to live up to his early promise.
Consistent injuries hampered any sort of consistent development, but the pacy forward simply failed to score enough goals wherever he went.
Swansea acquired Moore from West Bromwich Albion halfway through the 2010-11 season on a free transfer. Three goals in 18 Championship games aided the Swans push for promotion to the Premier League.
Similarly, Moore scored twice in three League Cup matches last season as Swansea went on to win the competition. Unfortunately he was never able to replicate any real form in the league, and thus decided it was best to end his time at the club.
Now 27-years-old, perhaps a change of pace and scenery for a striker who has truly reached the make-or-break stage in his career.