AshantiGold defender Kadri Mohammed has received an offer to trial with South African Premier League side SuperSport United.
Club sources who confirmed the news to ghonetv.com revealed the centre-back received permission to process his papers at the South African embassy on Monday as he is effectively out of their Ghana Premier League midweek clash at home to Liberty Professionals on grounds of card accumulation.
Our sources further said managers of the Ghanaian champions wish to release Mohammed only after the ongoing season (which ends September 18), should he win himself a deal after the trials exercise.
Kadri Mohammed, 22, received his first senior national team call-up in June when coach Avram Grant included him in the squad for the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Mauritius.
He will become the second Ghanaian in the very recent years to join SuperSport after Edwin Gyimah who now plies his trade with Orlando Pirates. Asante Kotoko legend Stephen Oduro also previously featured for the side.