Ghana defender Isaac Vorsah is reported to be making a move to Moroccan side FAR Rabat.
According to footballghana.com, the former Asante Kotoko defender is yet to complete talks which are far advanced with the Moroccan giants.
The 28-year-old Vorsah has been a free agent since mutually terminating his contract with FC Liefering in Austria and is eager to re-ignite a spark in his dormant club football career for the past four years with the North African outfit.
Earlier in July last year Vorsah failed to secure a move to German Bundesliga 2 team Kalsruher SC. The defender, ravaged by several injuries has battled to continue an excellent football career he enjoyed in his youthful stages.
He is a former player of TSG 1899 Hoffenheim where he joined from Asante Kotoko in 2007. He played 110 matches scoring four goals before joining Red Bull Salzburg in 2012 and Liefering in 2015.
Vorsah has made 40 appearances (one goal scored) for the Black Stars since making his debut in August 2007 against Senegal. The stalwart centre back was part of Ghana’s World Cup team in 2010 that lost to Uruguay in the quarter finals and the Africa Nations Cup team in 2013 where the Black Stars placed fourth.