Former Asante Kotoko midfielder Jordan Opoku has re-joined his former side Berekum Chelsea on a permanent basis.

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Jordan Opoku was released by Kumasi Asante Kotoko after the porcupine warriors failed to renew his expired contract.

The midfielder who started his footballing education with then Feynoord academy now  WAFA Academy first joined Berekum Chelsea in 20111 when milk and honey was flowing at the club through the largess of then bank-roller Mr.Keremeh after returning from Albania.

He was prominent in the club's march into the group stages of the Caf Champions League with the likes of Emmanuel Clottey.

He is the third returnee after former goal king and Kotoko slayer Kofi Owusu and Ahmed Adams also a former Kotoko player all returned to Chelsea after spells elsewhere.