Asante Kotoko wideman Augustine Okrah is on the verge of sealing a permanent move to Moroccan powerhouse RS Berkane, multiple reports in his native Ghana have claimed.
The 27-year-old arrived in the North African country on Wednesday to complete formalities.
The hugely talented forward is expected to sign a permanent contract after passing a mandatory medical.
Okrah's contract with the Porcupine Warriors runs out in January - meaning the Ghanaian giants are desperate to tie a deal for him to avoid losing him for free.
The two-time African champions have sanctioned his move to the CAF Confederation Cup champions with both parties believed to have reached an agreement.
The former BK Hacken and Al-Merrikh winger joined Kotoko in 2019 after a one-year spell at Indian Super League side NorthEast United.
Morocco's RS Berkane beat Egyptians Pyramids 1-0 in the first one-legged Confederation Cup final to win their first African title back in October.
The side is keen to add the Ghanaian to their roaster ahead of their involvement in the 2020-21 CAF Champions League.