Former Asante Kotoko striker Ahmed Toure has revealed that he will be making his way back to the Ghana Premier League, Ghanasoccernet reported.
Toure's current contract at Asec Mimosa is set to expire in a few weeks and it is believed that he will not be extending his deal.
The Burkina Faso international admitted that he has held talks with some Ghaniana clubs and is expected to arrive in the country at any moment to finalise negotiations.
"It is true that some Ghanaian clubs have approached me but I leave it to my agents. If the window shuts on Monday 13th January 2020, I will start training with that club but remember as a free agent I can sign a contract at any time," Toure told Kumasi based OTEC Fm.
"My return could be midnight today, tomorrow, next week or next round of the league and it could be Kumasi or Accra based club. I know my return to Ghana Premier League will bring more supporters to the stadium.
"I speak with Yacouba frequently, he is a younger brother and also plays for our national team and I wish him the injury-free season.
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