Published: 13:00, 03 September 2020
| Updated: 14:35, 03 September 2020
Ebbsfleet United manager Dennis Kutrieb has added another striker to the ranks.
Rakish Bingham returns to England after a brief spell with Dundee United, making five starts for the Scottish side as they won promotion from the Championship.
London-born Bingham started at Wigan but has played for several other Scottish clubs during his career, including Falkirk and Hamilton, inbetween spells with Mansfield, Hartlepool, Cheltenham and Doncaster.
The 26-year-old 6ft 1inch forward was invited for a trial with Ebbsfleet and has done enough to earn himself a permanent contract at the club.
He played in Fleet's recent friendly against Dagenham & Redbridge.
Bingham's last club in England was Doncaster, netting once in League 1 in his eight appearances. He also scored in the FA Cup but left them in January at the end of his shot-term deal. He subsequently moved north of the border.