Karela United pair of Emmanuel Keyekeh and Charles Diawise Taylor have arrived in Ghana following a three weeks trial in Hungry in hopes of securing a move away from the Anyinase-based club.
The duo has been out of the West African Country for the past three years and has been training with an unnamed club in the Hungarian top-flight league.
They are highly rated after hugely impressing in their respective positions during the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Normalization Committee (NC) Special Competition.
Their outstanding display helped Karela United reach the final of the tier 1 which they, unfortunately, lost to Ghana Premier League giants Kumasi Asante Kotoko on penalties.
Diawisie Taylor emerged as the joint top-scorer of the competition with 11 goals, same as Abdul Fatawu Safiu of Kotoko.
He joined midfielder Emmanuel Keyekeh who bossed the midfield in almost every game Karela United played to travel to Hungary for the quite lengthy trial.
Having arrived in the country, the club is yet to open up on whether deals are being discussed for them to join clubs in Hungary or they will be staying with the local side for another season.