Former KSC Lokeren star Ahmed Simba Toure is on the verge of completing his move to Medeama SC on a free transfer.
The 33-year-old is currently unattached after ending his short spell at Guinean top-flight league side AS Kaloum in December 2020.
Toure arrived at the Kotoka International Airport on Thursday and will be holding talks with officials of Medeama SC over his possible switch.
He will be signing a two-year deal worth $20,000 should he pass the mandatory medical test.
However, the Tarkwa based club who have had a difficult start to the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League campaign are keen to strengthen their upfront with a prolific attacker and it is believed management of the club have settled on the Burkinabe international.
The Mauves and Yellow have been wobbly up front following the departure of top marksman Prince Opoku Agyeman to South African PSL side Cape Town City FC.
He previously played for Asante Kotoko, Bechem United and Kessben FC (now Medeama SC). Toure has also had stints with Lebanese club Al-Nejmeh, El Gouna in Egypt and Belgian side KSC Lokeren.
The second Ghana Football transfer window is expected to be opened next month.