Ghanaian striker Mahatma Otoo is set to rejoin his former Turkish second tier side Balıkesirspor Kulübü after ironing out their differences.
Otoo, 27, left the Turkish side at the end of last season following the inability of the club to pay his wages.
But FootballMadeInGhana.com understands that the club has resolved to settle all the outstanding wages and allowances of the players for him to rejoin.
The players is currently in Ghana and has instructed the club to pay half of his outstanding wages and allowances before he rejoins.
Otoo joined Balıkesirspor from rivals Umraniyespor in 2017, playing 67 in all competitions, contributing 17 goals and 6 assists.
The former Hearts of Oak forward has been a key member of the club as they continue their push for promotion to the top flight.
The club re-signed Mahatma Otoo with Doga Iseri, as they renew their ambition of gaining top flight status.
Last season, Otoo played 30 games and scored 4 times before terminating his contract with the TFF First League club.