Montreal Impact have announced on their official website that they have recruited Ghanaian midfielder James Bissue.
The player was added to the club roster ahead of the deadline, but details of the deal were not disclosed even if it is clear that the 23-year-old arrives on a free transfer.
Bissue was training with Ghana giants Asante Kotoko and was widely expected to sign, but he ultimately left the club to join the MLS side.
The central midfielder began his professional career at Eleven Wise, scoring 12 goals in 27 league appearances before moving to Israel in 2010 to sign for Hapoel Be’er Sheva.
Bissue also played for Maccabi Umm al-Fahm in Israel while returning to Ghana in 2012. Following the unsuccessful spell with Hearts of Oak, the footballer returned to Eleven Wise and bagged 13 goals in 16 second division matches.
The former Ghana Under-20 has now been given a chance to impress in the United States and it remains to be seen how he will fare at Montreal Impact.