Jordan Opoku has re-joined Berekum Chelsea from Asante Kotoko.
The club announced on their Twitter page this afternoon. Opoku re- joins the Berekum based club after having his spell with them from 2012 to 2013.
The 32 years old attacking midfielder featured in 21 games and scored 2 goals for Berekum Chelsea during his first spell with them. He brings on board much experience for the former Ghana Premier League champions.
Opoku is a product of Feyenoord Fetteh, Opoku gained promotion to play for the youth team of Fetteh’s mother club Feyenoord. Opoku spent some time at Dutch club Excelsior and Belgian club Royal Antwerp FC before returning to the Ghana.
Opoku signed with Feyenoord Ghana for one year and joined in 2006 Asante Kotoko and in the 2007–2008 season Opoku won the Ghana Premier League title and the Ghana President’s Cup with Asante Kotoko. The attacking midfielder and forward on 31 January 2010 left his club Asante Kotoko and signed a four-month loan deal with Dinamo Tirana.
After a short loan spell with Dinamo Tirana, Opoku became a free agent. In late January 2012, Opoku signed with Ghana Premier League club Berekum Chelsea On 1 August 2013, Opuku re-signed for Asante Kotoko.
Berekum Chelsea would lock horns with Dreams FC in week 4 if the 2019/2020 season of the Ghana Premier League. They would be willing to record their third win of the season after beating Asante Kotoko by a lone goal in week 3.