Middlesbrough have sealed a deal for Sierra Leone international striker Kei Kamara, Sky Sports understands.
The 29-year-old forward was being tracked by a number of clubs across Europe, but he has now agreed a move back to England with Boro.
Kamara finished last season on loan in the Premier League with Norwich City, but they opted not to take up their option.
Kamara returned to MLS and he has been in sparkling form with seven goals in ten starts for Sporting Kansas.
Now, after being given permission by his club to travel to England, Boro have agreed a permanent deal with MLS and the player has put pen-to-paper on a two-year deal.