Ghana forward Saddick Adams is close to signing for Libyan outfit Al-Ittihad after passing his medical on Tuesday, according to media reports.
Adams joined AshantiGold during the second half of the Ghanaian transfer window after he was deemed surplus to requirements by Asante Kotoko.
But the 28-year-old has not featured for the Miners before travelling to Libya to undergo a routine medical on Tuesday.
According to media reports, the former Atletico Madrid passed the medical and is expected to put pen to paper on a deal in the coming hours.
Adams finished the 2016/17 season as Asante Kotoko top scorer with ten goals in his debut season.
He hit a hat-trick against sworn rivals Hearts of Oak to help the Porcupine Warriors clinch the 2017 MTN FA Cup.
He could form a deadly partnership with former Hearts of Oak forward Kwame Kizito should the deal go through.