Former Medeama goalkeeper Muntari Tagoe is seeking a return to the club, four years after leaving the Tarkwa-based side, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively report.
The 28-year-old flourished during his six-year spell at the club where he won three titles including two FA Cups.
He left the Mauve and Yellows in late 2016 after an outstanding service to the club.
But GHANAsoccernet.com understands the experienced last line of defense is angling for a second spell with the club.
He has held talks with the Medeama hierarchy over a potential deal with the future of first-choice goalkeeper Eric Ofori Antwi unclear.
Antwi is wanted by Nigerian giants Enyimba- which means if he leaves a vacancy will be created.
Media reports have also claimed former Ashantigold goalie Frank Boateng is also interested in a move to the mining town.
Tagoe has returned to his native Ghana following frustrating spell over the coronavirus pandemic at Ethiopian side Jimma Aba Jifar.