Ghanaian midfielder Kwame Bonsu is nearing a return from injury.
Bonsu has been on the sideline for the past six weeks after undergoing a knee surgery.
The former Kotoko midfielder has begun gym works in a bid to return to full fitness.
Esperance will be hoping to have the player back before the League season resumes.
The Tunisian outfit signed the 25-year-old from Kotoko last year after a successful time with the Porcupine Warriors where he helped them in their Africa campaign.
His move to the Tunisian Champions was however surrounded with lots of controversies due to an unsettled legal issue between Kotoko and the North African side, a situation which was later resolved.
The player who played in Sweden for Mjällby AIF, FC Rosengård and Gefle IF was able to get his career back on track after serving a jail sentence for an alleged rape charges from his ex-wife.
— Kwame Bonsu (@kwamebonsu_3) July 9, 2020