JORDON MUTCH is continuing his world tour of football after signing for Norwegian side Aalesunds.
The former Cardiff, Crystal Palace and QPR has spent a year playing in South Korea for Gyeongnam FC.
But he will now be plying his trade at the Color Line Stadium until at least the end of the season.
Head coach and former Blackburn Rovers star Lars Bohinen told the club website: “We are very pleased that Jordon has signed for us. This is a solid reinforcement.
“He showed his qualities of training with us during the days he was up here, proving that he can add a lot to us.
“The dialogue with the player has been very good since he returned to England, and he himself has had a strong desire to sign for us.”
The midfielder, 28, left Crystal Palace by mutual consent in January 2019 following loan spells at Reading and Vancouver Whitecaps.
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His Palace contract was set to expire at the end of that season after signing a four-and-a-half-year deal to join from Queens Park Rangers in 2015.
And after Vancouver passed up the chance to make his spell in Canada permanent, Mutch headed to the Far East to try and resurrect his career.
He played for the academies at Derby and then Birmingham and represented England Under-17s, U19s, U20s and U21s.
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