Samuel Inkoom, a former Ghana international, has been observed practicing with Hearts of Oak.
The former Asante Kotoko right-back, who is currently without a club, is interested in joining Ghana’s reigning champions.
He took part in Tuesday’s training as the club prepares for their upcoming Ghana Premier League match against Ashanti Gold.
Inkoom indicated earlier this year that he has spoken to several clubs about a prospective comeback to the Premier League.
After helping Asante Kotoko win the league title in style, the 32-year-old left Ghana in 2009.
Inkoom returned to Ghana earlier this year after a 13-year absence in the hopes of resuming his career.
In January of this year, he parted ways with Georgian team Torpedo Kutaisi and has been without a club since.
Inkoom has played for 11 clubs in Europe, including Swiss heavyweights Basel and FC Dnipro of Ukraine.
Before joining the Black Stars, Inkoom was a member of the Ghana squad that won the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Egypt in 2009.
He was named to the Black Stars squads for the World Cups in South Africa in 2010 and Brazil in 2014.
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