Sheriff Suma will fly to Norway to undergo a medical on Sunday ahead of completing his move to Kvik Halden from Syrianska IF.
The 28-year-old Leone Stars left wing-back is expected to join the Norwegian 2nd division outfit on a two or three-year deal.
Football Sierra Leone understand that the former Åtvidaberg defender is recommended to the club by former Sierra Leone goalkeeper coach Johnny Murray under Swedish Lars-Olof Mattsson.
Suma, who has a blistering pace and dribbling ability while in possession of the ball started his career with local club side FC Kallon.
In December 2006, Suma was traded to GAIS, one of Sweden’s oldest teams after two seasons with Åtvidaberg.
Suma was loaned to FK Haugesund in the summer of 2008 for the rest of the season.
In December 2012, Suma was released from his contract with Ravan Baku, before joining Syrianska with fellow Sierra Leone International Samuel Barlay in June 2014.