Dreams Football Club have officially submitted a bid to sign Richard Arthur from Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko according to reports in Ghana.
Arthur has failed to find the perfect rhythm at Kotoko since completing a transfer to the Warriors in July 2019.
He is completely out of favor in the Kumasi based club, falling to a fourth choice option behind Songne Yacouba, William Opoku Mensah and Naby Kieta in the strikers pegging order.
And the arrival of new striker Kwame Opoku means Arthur would completely be surplus at Baba Yara Stadium and Dreams knee signing him to bolster their attacking lines.
Dreams however will face competition from Karela United and former club Legon Cities- who Arthur helped in winning the 2016 GPL- in signing the former St. Georges striker.
Kotoko is now evaluating Dream’s offer and reports claims the two times CAF Champions League winners will accept Dreams’ bid to see Arthur join them.
Arthur, 26, was given the confidence to lead the front lines for Kotoko right after penning a three year deal with Kotoko but was not all that impressive.
His debut goal for the Reds against Tunisia’s Etoile Sportive du Sahel in the CAF Champions League ring a bell of new hope after nicely placing it below the right corner of the net in the second half.
That goal added and gave Kotoko a comfortable 2-0 lead in Kumasi before the Ghanaian side went down 3-0 in the return leg in Monastir, Tunisia.
The former Legon Cities striker, who has two goals for Kotoko, got his second goal against Ebusua Dwarfs in in Week 5 of the GPL in Kumasi, tapping home Naby Kieta’s rebound to give Kotoko a 2-0 victory over Dwarfs.