Home United considers signing for Cambodian starlet Chan Vathanaka, the club revealed on Monday.
In a post on their official Instagram account, Home United said that would decide between signing Chan Vathanaka and Australian U-23 winger Isaka Cernak.
The Protectors are looking to strengthen their squad with two more foreign imports, one for the Singapore Premier League and the other for their AFC Cup campaign.
While Vathanaka has been without a club since leaving Malaysian side Pahang, Cenark left Sisaket in Thailand after spending the last two seasons with the Thai League 1 side.
The former A-League player had plied his trade at Brisbane Roar in 2008 before going on to represent North Queensland Fury, Melbourne Victory, Perth Glory, Wellington Phoenix and Central Coast Mariners.
In the mid-season point in Malaysia Super League, Vathanaka had to head home after being released by Pahang FA.
Before Pahang, the most prolific Cambodian striker spent his last ten months as a loan player in the J3 J.League side Fujieda MYFC but failed to score a permanent contract after making just a single appearance in the league.