Talented central midfielder Mohammed Karim has signed a two-year deal with Ghanaian second tier club Vision FC as a free agent.
Karim, 21, spent two years with Turkish club Istanbulspor where he progressed from the Under 19 ream to the Under 21 side but decided to move on when his contract expired in July this year.
The budding enforcer is expected to bring stability in the midfield of Vision FC who are to find a replacement for Abdul Aziz Nurudeen who left for Accra Hearts of Oak last year.
Karim is known for his incisive passes, good reading of the game as well as his ability to defend and also attack.
He could be one of the key players in coach Prince Owusu’s side as they seek to qualify to the Ghana Premier League.
Previously, he also played for Ghanaian second division club Inter Millas FC