Brazilian forward, Michael Vinicius has trained with his new teammates at Asante Kotoko for the first time after joining the Ghanaian powerhouse last week.
Vinicius joined the Ghana Premier League side on a two-and-half-year deal ahead of the second round of the 202/21 season.
The 27-year-old arrived in Ghana on Friday to begin his spell at the two-time Africa champions.
Vinicius is the second Brazilian footballer to join Asante Kotoko this season after Fabio Gama joined the club prior to the start of the season.
He will be working under Portuguese trainer Mariano Barreto who was appointed to take over the head coach role at Asante Kotoko last week.
Vinicius had previous stints with Linkoping City and Vasalunds IF (Sweden).
Asante Kotoko finished the first half of the season in the 4th position with 27 points.
The Reds will trek to play Eleven Wonders on match-day 18 of the league at the Nana Ameyaw Park.