The Management of Dreams FC has reached an agreement to partner with Finnish club Rovaniemen Palloseura.
Both clubs have agreed on a deal that will see Dreams FC give transfer rights to Rovaniemen Palloseura in the Finnish territory.
This agreement was struck in an almost two-hour meeting on Saturday between the top hierarchies of both clubs in the Dreams FC office in Accra.
Rovaniemen Palloseura chairman Risto Niva and manager Toni Koskela are in Ghana on the invitation of Dreams FC.
The agreement has an exchange program feature which will see staff of Dreams FC especially in the technical, administrative and media departments undergo internships at Rovaniemen Palloseura and vice versa.
There is also a possibility of the Dreams FC first team or any of its youth sides to Finland for football tournaments.
Both parties will sign onto an MOU on Sunday to kick-start the fresh relationship.
The delegation from RoPS will see the Dreams FC first team in action for the last time in Accra on Sunday morning.
They are also expected to visit the Theatre of Dreams, Dawu on Sunday before heading back to their base on Sunday evening.