Ghana Premier League (GPL) side Asante Kotoko has secured the services of Black Stars goalkeeper Razak Abalora on a three-year deal.
This was announced by the club on its official social media handles.
The agile shot-stopper last played for Azam FC of Tanzania, after spending much of his playing career with West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) in the GPL.
The 24-year-old inked a three-year deal with the Porcupine Warriors after a mandatory medical test.
Abalora manned the post for the Black Stars of Ghana in their 5-1 heavy win over Qatar in an international friendly staged in Turkey.
He had been unattached after ending his three-year stay with Tanzanian club Azam FC in July and subsequent extension of the contract.
Kotoko already has four goalkeepers namely Kwame Baah, Felix Annan, Osei Kwame, and Danlad Ibrahim.
He will return to Ghana before the weekend to start his career at Asante Kotoko.
Abalora will compete with captain Felix Annan and Kwame Baah for the number one spot.
Kotoko are looking to build a formidable squad ahead of the coming season.
Kotoko will be competing in three competitions - Caf Champions League, Ghana Premier League and MTN FA Cup.