Israeli top-flight side Beitar Jerusalem has completed the signing of Ex-Ghana midfielder Anthony Annan.
The diminutive midfielder on Tuesday put pen to paper to join the Black and Yellow on a six-month deal after passing a mandatory medical.
Globetrotter Annan has played for a host of clubs which include Hasaacas, Accra Hearts of Oak, IK Start, HJK Helsinki, Stabæk, Rosenborg BK, Schalke 04, Vitesse, Osasuna, 1860 Munich.
The former Hearts of Oak star is tipped to use his wealth of experience to help manager Nir Klinger's side achiever their European football competition goal.
He was part of the squad that qualified Ghana to its maiden appearance at the 2006 World Cup in Germany.
Annan amassed 67 caps for Ghana's senior national team and scored two goals.