Asante Kotoko striker Nana Arhin Duah has signed a three-year deal with his former employers, AshantiGold Football Club.
He becomes the third of many signings expected to join the mining club after its take-over a Bristish Virgin Islands, Fortia, led by Herbert Mensah.
Duah fell off strikers pecking order in Kotoko and decided to quit the club at the end of the just ended season.
He spent close to eight seasons at AshGold and was part of the team's set-up that missed out on the winning the Champions League finals in 1997.
Defenders Emmanuel Anarfi and former Black Stars left-back Habib Mohammed are the only new faces that have moved to Obuasi.
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