Free agent forward Yahaya Mohammed is on the verge of completing his second coming at two-time Ghanaian champions Aduana Stars.
Footy-Ghana.com has confirmed that the player, who also fits in well as central defender and a holding midfielder, made his way to Dormaa Wednesday evening to seal details of a new deal with the side.
Yahaya Mohammed is expected to train with Aduana later on Thursday.
The 29-year-old held talks with Hearts of Oak who reportedly failed to meet his financial demands.
According to Footy-Ghana.com sources, a two-year contract with Aduana Stars could fetch the former Kotoko and OGC Nice player a signing on fee in the region of GHȼ80,000.
In his first stint with Aduana Stars, Yahaya Mohammed enjoyed quite a successful spell in the 2015/16 season. He missed the top scorer’s gong in the final stages of the season to Latif Blessing.
Yahaya moved on to Tanzanian giants Azam FC but his contract was terminated in October this year.