Ghana international, Daniel Opare has joined his fourth Belgian club by signing for topflight side RFC Seraing.
The defender signed a season and a half deal with the Steelworkers, the club announced Wednesday.
31-year-old Opare – who previously featured for Standard Liege and Antwerp – has been unattached since leaving Zulte-Waregem at the end of the 2020/21 season.
The experienced right-back trained with Seraing throughout the month of December before being rewarded the 18-month contract – until June 2023.
Opare said: “I feel great and can’t wait to take on this new challenge!
“I have maintained my condition solo since leaving Zulte, especially with a physical trainer in Germany. I miss the rhythm of the games, but I am convinced that it will come back quickly.”
“I saw the team play and there is real quality. There really isn’t much missing to reach the club’s goal. I already knew Bernier from Antwerp and Cissé from Standard. It’s a young group and they really want to. I will try to bring them my experience.”
Daniel Opare – who was also once on the books of Real Madrid, FC Porto, Besiktas and FC Augsburg – will wear the number 40 shirt.
RFC Seraing are battling relegation from the Belgian Jupiler Pro League.