Richmond Boakye-Yiadom has completed a switch to Israeli side Beitar Jerusalem, the club have announced.
The 28-year-old has penned a one-year contract with the Israeli side after completing necessary requirements.
He joins Beitar Jerusalem on a free transfer after departing Polish side Gornik Zabreze at the end of last season following a six month spell.
“Beitar Jerusalem is pleased to announce the signing of the offensive striker Richmond Boakye, who signed with the team for one season with an option for another season,” the club said in a statement on Tuesday night.
Boakye is the second Ghanaian to join Beitar Jerusalem this summer, following international teammate Ewdin Gyasi, who arrived two weeks ago.
Boakye left Serbian giants Red Star Belgrade after his contract expired in December of last year.
He is the third foreign player in the club’s history to have scored the most goals.
Boakye, scored 60 goals in over 100 matches for the Red Star Belgrade.
During his four-year stay with the club, he won two Serbian Premier League titles.