Ghanaian defender Samuel Inkoom has signed for Georgian top-flight side FC Torpedo Kutaisi.
The 32-year-old makes a return to the club after ending his four-month stay at the club as reported by GHANAsoccernet.com.
In a statement on his return to the club for a second stint, the former Asante Kotoko right-back said, “Happy to be back in such traditional and titled club of Georgia, like FC Torpedo is”.
“When i decided to leave the club, i wrote that would never forget amazing fans of the club. So now i am again back and i will do everything for you ‘jungles”. Let’s do everything together. We are torpedo”.
“Thanks to my agent, head coach chketiani and administration/chiefs of the clubs”.
Inkoom scored one goal in 16 appearances for Torpedo Kutaisi in his first stint.
The Ghana International has had stints with a host of clubs such as Basel, Dnipro, Dunav, DC United, Antalyaspor and Samtredia.
Inkoom began his career with Sekondi Hasaacas in Ghana and later moved to Premier League giants Asante Kotoko SC in Ghana.
On 26 April 2009, he moved for an undisclosed fee from Asante Kotoko to FC Basel in the Swiss Super League on a three-year contract.
He made his Basel debut in a 2–0 defeat to FC St. Gallen on 12 July 2009, at the AFG Arena. He was a member of their double trophy winning team in 2010.