Former Asante Kotoko striker, Ahmed Simba Toure has arrived in Ghana to complete his move to Ghana Premier Leagues side, Medeama SC on a free transfer.
The Burkinabe international has been clubless after parting ways with Guinean top-flight league side AS Kaloum in December 2020.
Toure has arrived at the Kotoka International Airport on Sunday night. He will wrap up talks with officials of the club this week.
Medeama have been porous upfront in the ongoing Ghana Premier League. They were thumped 5-4 by WAFA on Sunday in their matchday 7 fixtures.
The Tarkwa based side are occupying the 13th position with 7 points.
He will be signing a two-year deal worth $20,000 should he pass the mandatory medical test.
Before leaving for AS Kaloum, Toure had a stint with AS Vita in Congo after an explosive output at his boyhood club ASEC Mimosas.
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