Richard Kissie Boateng is set to join his former side Liberty Professionals for the 2016-17 Ghanaian topflight league.
Kissi Boateng left the five times champions of Africa, T.P Mazembe by mutual consent after a three-year spell with the Congolese giants.
The left full-back has decided to return to Liberty Professionals where he rose to prominence before joining Berekum Chelsea, in his quest to relaunch his career, according to sources close to Pulse Sports.
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Richard Kissi Boateng was part of the Black Stars team that participated in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa.
The 22-year-old defender won the Ghana Premier league with Berekum Chelsea in the 2010-11 season and was also instrumental when the team played in their maiden CAF Champions League in 2012 - reaching the group stage of the premier African club football contest.
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He sealed a mouth-watering deal with T.P Mazembe in 2013 and in the process won the CAF Champions League in 2015 and the CAF Confederation Cup this season.
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