Ghanaian attacker Elvis Manu has joined Chinese Superleague side Beijing Renhe after exiting Turkish outfit Akhisarspor.
The striker joined the Chinese outfit on Tuesday morning on a two-year deal after a transfer fee of $5 million was paid to Akhisarspor.
Manu, 26, was one of the stars in the Turkish topflight last season netting seven goals and providing two assists in 28 games despite his club suffering relegation.
Before his move, he was on the radar of Trabzonspor, Besiktas and Fenerbahce before deciding to move to the Far-East to join Beijing Renhe.
Groomed at Feyenoord Rotterdam, Manu who was born in the Netherlands has also previously featured for English side Brighton as well as Genclirbirligi in Turkey.