Ghanaian forward Nasiru Mohammed is close to rejoin Swedes Allsvenskan side BK Hacken after leaving Levski Sofia, Sportsworldghana.com can exclusively confirm.
The free agent is nearing a return to the Yellow and Blacks following his departure from Bulgarian team Levski Sofia this summer.
Nasiru joined BK Hacken in 2013 from Rainbow FC and managed 34 goals and 25 assists in the Swedes top-flight league in six seasons.
He also scored six goals and registered seven assists Svenska Cupen before joining Bulgarian team Levski Sofia in 2019.
Hacken sports director, Martin Ericsson has confirmed the team’s interest to bring back the 27-year-old Ghanaian forward.
Nasiru’s deal to BK Hacken is gaining grounds in and around the club as a deal is expected to be done with the days ahead.
Nasiru Mohammed won his second League Cup with BK Hacken after helping them beat AFC Eskilstuna 3-0 in the final in 2019 before his move away from the club and could rejoin the club in the coming days.