The Porcupine Warriors are reportedly considering a move for the experienced right-back for their next season's campaign.
Former Black Stars defender Samuel Inkoom is set to make a sensational return to the Ghana Premier League giants Asante Kotoko in the ongoing transfer window.
According to Light FM, officials of Asante Kotoko are currently holding talks with the 31-year-old over a possible acquisition for their 2020/21 campaign.
Inkoom is unattached following the expiration of his six-month deal with Georgian top-flight league club FC Samtredia.
He made only nine appearances for FC Samtredia during his stint at the club.
FC Samtredia refused him a new deal after failing to live up to expectation during his short stay at the Georgian club.
Kotoko are currently in search for a right-back as a back up for budding talented Christopher Nettey.
The Porcupine Warriors reportedly contacted Medeama SC for the services of Samuel Appiah as replacement for Augustine Sefah who has been released following the expiration of his contract.
Inkoom arrival at the Kumasi-based club will boost their backline with his vast experience after spending ten seasons in Europe.
He has previously featured for FC Basel, Dnipro, Bastia, DC United, Boavista FC, Antalyaspor, Vereya and Dunav Ruse.
Inkoom has capped 46 times for the senior national team of Ghana with a goal to his credit.
He was a member of the Black Satellites squad that won the 2009 FIFA U20 World Cup held in Egypt.
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