Five Ghanaian players have arrived in the Asian country of Jordan to seal deals with top-flight sides Al Ramtha SC and Al Wehdat SC.
Former Wa All Stars midfielder Nasiru Pablo Moro is the leading player among the footballers who arrived in Amman on Sunday.
The rest of the four players are from the revived second-tier side Montreal Football Club based in the sprawling Accra suburb of Nima.
Experienced striker Bala Gargo Mohammed, who formerly played for top-flight side Inter Allies, is among the four players from Montreal who have been invited to train in Jordan.
Ashmond Dagban, Samudeen Musah and Abdul-Bakie Haruna are the other three players from Montreal who have also arrived in the country to seal the deal with the top-flight sides.
They are expected to spend two weeks with the sides before a decision is taken to hand them permanent contracts with the clubs.
Scouts of the Jordanian sides monitored the players before handing them the chance to impress before a deal is tabled.