Former Black Stars midfielder Anthony Annan has completed his transfer move to Israel side Beitar Jerusalem.
The 32-year old has sealed deal with Beitar Jerusalem in Israeli topflight League after failing to extend his contract with Finnish side HJK .
Beitar which is a symbol of Israeli football culture has traditionally worn with kit colours in Yellow-and-Black and has played its home matches in the 31,733-capacity Teddy Stadium.
Annan has previously featured for Sekondi Hasascas, Stabaek, Rosenberg, Schalke 04 and 1860 Munich in Germany, Osasuna in Spain.
Gildas Kofi Annan made his debut for the Black Stars in a friendly with Brazil in 2007. He also featured in 3 Afcon tournaments and the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
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