Former Asante Kotoko forward, Kwame Opoku has joined Moroccan club Olympique Club De Khourigba on a free transfer.
The 23-year old has joined the Moroccan outfit on a two-and-half years after passing mandatory medicals.
Opoku has signed for Olympique Club De Khourigba after last playing for Saudi Arabian side Narjan FC from USM Alger in Algeria.
He was transferred to USM Alger in April, 2021 on a four-year deal after excelling in the first round of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier league season for Asante Kotoko.
His move to USM Alger from Asante Kotoko was worth $300,000.
Before joining USM Alger, Kwame Opoku had scored nine goals in 20 matches for Asante Kotoko.
He had a good start in Algeria but had the 2021/22 league season hampered with several injuries which forced his transfer to Saudi Arabia.
Kwame Opoku earned a call-up to the Black Stars under the tutelage of coach CK Akonnor.