Ghanaian enforcer Basiru Alhassan is on the verge of joining United Arab Emirates second-tier side Al Hamriyah Club.
Alhassan, 21, left Al Wasl permanently this summer after spending the last campaign on loan at Dibba Al Hisn and he is set to join another second league giants.
Sportsworldghana.com can exclusively reveal that negotiations between the two parties has reached an advanced stage and the former Ghana Under 23 invitee will sign a one-year deal with the Sharjah-based club.
Basiru previously played for Mighty Jets, Dreams FC as well as the Under 19 and 21 teams of Sparta Praque before moving to UAE two seasons ago.
The talented midfielder can operate as both a defensive and an offensive midfielder and he is well noted for his great passing abilities.