Ghana youth international Saddick Adams has joined Berekum Chelsea on a two year deal.
The striker was signed on a free transfer having mutually terminated his contract with Saudi Arabia side Al Feiha FC.
The 25 year forward sealed a 2-year deal with the Berekum giants after putting pen to paper on Friday after an unsuccessful stint in the gulf region.
The ex-Ashgold striker became a household name in Ghana football with a string of excellent performances for the Black Starlets at the 2007 Under-17 FIFA World Cup in South Korea.
His career however has failed to blossom after the competition featuring for seven different clubs in the last eight years.
The striker played for FC Vojuodino in Serbia in 2009 before returning to Berekum Chelsea in 2012 and later left for Saham FC in Oman
Adams joins at a time striker Kofi Owusu is expected to leave the club having scored 19 league goals for the Premiership side last season.