Ghanaian striker Richard Boakye-Yiadom has rejoined Serbian side Red Star Belgrade.
The Ghanaian put pen to paper on a two-year deal after just one season in the Chinese Super League with Jiangsu Suning.
Boakye-Yiadom blossom at Red Star after scoring 39 goals in two seasons.
He had an unsuccessful spell in China where he netted only three times in 15 appearances.
The Black Stars striker will be hoping to continue his impressive performance with Serbian giants who have drawn a difficult Champions League group made up of Napoli, PSG and Liverpool.
My sincerest gratitude goes to Jiangsu Suning FC for giving me opportunity to be part of the club’s glowing history. Thanks to everyone at the club for the love and support I enjoyed. I’ll forever love @suningfc. #TransferNews pic.twitter.com/qs5CK3lfdz— R. Boakye-Yiadom (@Boakye__Magic14) September 1, 2018
DONE DEAL: We’re happy to announce @Boakye__Magic14 has rejoined @RedStarEnglish on a 2-year permanent contract. Boakye is forever indebted to @suningfc for the great playing opportunity in China. #TransferNews #fkcz #ChampionsLeague https://t.co/8NPPQA8vWM— ArthurLegacy (@ArthurLegacy) August 31, 2018
He joins Ghanaian compatriots Rashid Sumaila and Ibrahim Tanko.
Boakye-Yiadom has 6 goals in 12 appearances for the Black Stars of Ghana.