Ndola based outfit, Forest Rangers have confirmed the return of striker Moro Amenu just five months after leaving the club.
The Ghanaian forward has made a swift return to Levy Mwanawasa Stadium and will stay until January 2025.
The club took to social media to confirm the return of Amenu from the North Western based outfit, Lumwana Radiants.
“After successful negotiations with Lumwana Radiants, Forest is pleased to announce the re-signing of striker Moro Amenu.”
The Ghanian joined Lumwana after the expiry of his two-year contract just before the start of the 2022/23 season and barely five months after departing, the striker has made a return to Fole Malembe and has since penned another two year deal.
Moro initially joined Forest on the 31st January 2020 from KYSA .He scored five goals and notched up three assists during his previous stint at the club.
The dreadlocked forward was part of the history-making squad that finished second in the Super League in 2019/2020.
That second-placed finish was enough to qualify Forest to another milestone of participating in the CAF Champions League for the first in the history of the club and the ABSA CUP