- Ghana forward Richmond Boakye Yiadom has joined Israeli club, Beitar Jerusalem
- The ex-Juventus attacker signed a year deal with the club
- Boakye Yiadom joins Beitar Jerusalem after leaving Polish side, Gornik Zabrze
Ghana international. Richmond Boakye Yiadom, has joined Israeli topflight side, Beitar Jerusalem after leaving Polish outfit, Gornik Zabrze in the summer transfer window.
The 28-year-old penned a year deal with the option of a further year after agreeing to join the club.
Beitar Jerusalem confirmed the signing of the former Juventus man on their official website, and expects him to join the team in the coming days.
"Betar "Rain" Jerusalem is pleased to announce the signing of the offensive striker Richmond Boachi (28, 1.86 cm), who signed with the team for one season with an option for another season," wrote the club on their official website.
"The striker, who has made 14 appearances for the senior team, holds an impressive resume, and has gone through very significant nodes during his career.
"He has previously played in Italy (bought by Juventus, played in Sesotho, Genoa, Latina and Atlanta) Spain (Elche), the Netherlands (Roda), Serbia (Red Star Belgrade) China (Soning) and Poland (Gornik Zabrze), with a total transfer fee Crossing the 16 million euro mark.
"The player, who is currently in Ghana, is expected to join the club in Israel and will be part of our yellow and black army, which will begin its journey as early as next Saturday in the Toto Cup game against Hapoel Jerusalem at Teddy Stadium."
Boakye Yiadom becomes the second Ghanaian to move to the Israeli club in the transfer window following the arrival of winger Ewin Gyasi.
The former Red Star Belgrade attacker is highly rated following his enormous experience of playing in Europe.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that, Ghana international, Kamaldeen Sulemana, has completed his move to French Ligue 1 outfit. Stade Rennais after successfully passing his medicals on Friday afternoon.
The 19-year-old winger put pen to paper on a five year deal which will see him stay at the club until the summer of 2026.
Stade Rennes confirmed the signing of the Ghanaian on their official website and on their social media handles, releasing a short video of how the process went.
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