Medeama will soon have the best strike force in the Ghana Premier League following the return of Prince Opoku Agyemang from Cape Town City FC.
The 28-year-old is expected to form a deadly partnership with Burkinabe international Amed Toure - who has joined the Tarkwa-based side on a two-year deal alongside Abass Mohammed.
Medeama recalled the goal monger from the South African top-flight side on Monday and will immediately be registered when the second transfer window opens next week.
The duo are expected to largely solve the attacking deficiency of the team which has affected an expected smooth run from the two time FA Cup champions.
Agyemang will partner Amed Toure and Abass Mohammed as they strive to wrestle their first Premier League title in the club's history.
Medeama - two-time champions of the coveted FA Cup, have parted ways with striker Abdul Basit Adam -who was signed as a replacement for Opoku Agyemang.
The Black Stars B striker was instrumental for Medeama in the Ghana Premier League last season where he netted 11 goals in 14 appearances.
He also provided three assists in the process.
Agyemang was part of the Ghana team that finished runners-up at the 2019 WAFU Cup of Nations in Senegal.
He joined the Yellow and Mauves at the beginning of last season following a stellar campaign in the Ghana second-tier with New Edubiase United FC.