Ghana international goalkeeper, Adambathia Larsen "Adam" Kwarasey has completed a transfer to Norwegian club Vålerenga. The move returns Kwarasey to his boyhood club, after stints with Strømsgodset, Rosenborg, Portland Timbers and Brondby.
The 29-year-old has also been reunited with his former Strømsgodset boss, Ronny Delia at the club
FLASHBACK: A youthful Kwarasey in his first stint with Valeranga
However, he will not be available to play for Valerenga until the Norwegian transfer window opens on July 21 but will train with the team until that time.
In an interview with the Valeranga website after his official unveiling, Kwarasey expressed delight at his return, adding that he was looking forward to winning trophies.
He said: "It's fantastic to be back. It feels very right and very good, and I'm really looking forward to winning trophies with Valeranga".
Kwarasey has won league titles with three clubs. He enjoyed success with Strømsgodset (Norway), MLS side Portland Timbers of Major League Soccer and Rosenborg BK.
He has reportedly requested to be excused from the Black Stars squad which faces Ethiopia in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Sunday.