The Chinese champions have boosted their squad with the acquisition of the midfield star, along with the re-signing of 2011 CSL MVP MuriquiBig spending Chinese champions Guangzhou Evergrande have continued to bolster their squad ahead of their 2012 AFC Champions League (ACL) quarterfinal following the signing of Huang Bowen from Jeonbuk Motors.
The 24-year-old China international midfielder will join the Chinese Super League (CSL) leaders pending a medical.
Huang, who left Beijing Guoan for Jeonbuk in early 2011, follows Lucas Barrios and Kim Young-Gwon as mid-season signings for Guangzhou.
Evergrande will take on Saudi Arabian giants Al Ittihad in their ACL quarterfinals which get underway in mid September.
Huang, who won the 2008 Chinese Football Association Young Player of the Year, will wear the shirt number 42.
Meanwhile, 2011 CSL MVP Muriqui has penned a new four-year deal with Guangzhou keeping him at the club until 2016.
In other CSL news, second-placed Jiangsu Sainty have signed Belarus international midfielder Sergey Krivets from Lech Poznan pending a medical.