Ghana goalkeeper Richard Kingson has joined Swedish premiership side, Hammarby, from Turkish club Ankaraspor.
The 28 year-old, who played for Ghana at last year's World Cup finals, signed a three-month contract with the team, according to the club's website.
"By joining us, Richard has increased the competition among the keepers because we already have two other top keepers," goalkeeping coach Lasse Eriksson said.
He added that the team is happy to have the Ghanaian because he brings a wealth of experience with him that includes 46 appearances for the Black Stars.
"Richard has very good reflexes and is marvellous in the box, he has a cool head and a lot of experience," Eriksson added.
Meanwhile Helsingborg have signed three Africans with Algerian defender, Samir Beloufa, joining from Belgian side Westerlo, Benin striker, Razak Omotoyossi, signs from Moldavan outfit FC Sheriff Tiraspol while Zambia's Isaac Chansa will arrive from South Africa's Orlando Pirates in July.
Source — BBC