Former Asante Kotoko forward Abass Mohammed is currently on trial with King Faisal, according to reports.
The 27-year-old has already started training with the Kumasi-based side in a bid to impress the technical handlers of the club.
Mohammed parted ways with Medeama SC by mutual consent after the 2020/21 season, having made a handful of appearances.
He will be hoping in the coming weeks, his performances on trial will secure him a permanent deal.
Abass Mohammed has been influential in the Ghanaian topflight especially during his first spell with Medeama SC, having formed part of their 2015 MTN FA Cup-winning team.
Also, he scored five goals in the 2016 CAF Confederations Cup, finishing two-goals less behind Zambian Rainford Kalaba who eventually emerged as the competition's top scorer with seven goals.