South African junior international Liam Jordan made a transfer deadline-day move in Europe, joining Helsingør from rivals HB Køge for the remainder of the season.
The former Bidvest Wits player, and son of the late Keryn Jordan, originally left for Europe to join Sporting Lisbon, however moved on to Køge in Denmark in the 2016/17 season to get more first team opportunities.
He has since featured in 95 games for Køge, scoring 14 goals, and assisting 14 times.
“Liam is like most players we pick up, one we have had on our list for a while,” Helsingør manager Brian Gellert told the club’s website.
“He is a young, flexible player who can cover most of the offensive pitches. With Jeppe Kjær’s injury we have wanted to supplement up in the attack, and with Liam we get a player who can play both in the attack and on the edges, and who especially in recent seasons has shown that he can score goals in the 1st Division.”
“Initially, we have signed a contract until the summer to see if we are a good match, and then we have to see if we continue the cooperation thereafter.”