Former Arsenal midfielder and Ghana international Emmanuel Frimpong has ended his search for club by completing his transfer to Russian Premier League side FC Ufa.
The 22-year-old has signed a three-year deal for the Russian club and will wear the No. 5 shirt.
This comes after his proposed move to Austrian giants Sturm Graz fell through last month.
The one-time Ghana international left Arsenal to join now-Football League side Barnsley in January, but was released after just four months at Oakwell following the clubâ€™s relegation to Englandâ€™s third-tier league.
Frimpong had loan spells at Wolves, Charlton and Fulham during his three-year journey with Arsenalâ€™s first team.
An anterior cruciate ligament injury sidelined him for nine months, thereby preventing him from making his senior team debut.
He eventually earned featured for the â€˜Gunnersâ€ first-team in August 2011 and went on to make 5 more Premier League appearances.
His only Ghana cap came in a World Cup 2014 qualifier against Sudan in March 2013.