WAFA striker Daniel Lomotey has touched down in Tunisia ahead of his move from the Ghana Premier League side to AS Soliman.
Lomotey left Ghana for Tunisia on Monday night and arrived on Tuesday morning upon the invitation from Soliman.
The 21-year-old is expected to undergo his medical on Wednesday before signing his contract.
The former Ghana U20 striker will a two-and-a-half years contract with Soliman after completing all other formalities of his transfer.
Lomotey’s contract with WAFA will expire in June 2021.
Lomotey currently leads the top scoring chart of the Ghana Premier League where he has scored 8 goals in 9 matches with the last coming against Asante Kotoko SC last Sunday.
He on Sunday scored in WAFA’s 1-1 draw against Asante Kotoko. He opened the scoring with a delicate chip before the Porcupine Warriors rallied to draw courtesy Kwame Poku.
Lomotey is joining compatriot Elvis Kyei Baffour who joined the Tunisian top-flight side in October 2020 from Liberty Professionals.