Dreams FC are seeking to sign two new players to strengthen the squad for next season, Administrative Manager Ameenu Shardow has confirmed.
The Dawu-based club have augmented their squad with a couple of signings with the latest being Joseph Esso who joined on a free transfer.
Despite the signings the technical team feels the club is two players short of mounting a serious challenge in the upcoming 2020/21 Ghana Premier League campaign.
Speaking to Cit Sports, Shardow says he is satisfied with the club’s transfer activity.
“We are almost done with our business in the transfer market but the coaches gave us some priority positions that we need to fill.”
“I think we are left with two more to do and then once we are done I think we will be set.”
“But of course, identifying the talents is the most difficult part … out of the two that is left, we have secured one already which will announce very soon and we will do more signing and we will be okay for the season.”
Meanwhile, Ameenu Shardow has lauded the qualities of their latest signing Joseph Esso, stating he brings wealth of experience on board.
Speaking on the capture of the Black Stars B striker, Ameenu Shadow maintained that his outfit have solved a major challenge that they have been facing for the past seasons.
He believes Esso’s addition of being an experienced player would make those around him better.
… from goalkeeping up to defensive midfield positions we are very solid and in fact, for the past two seasons, we have been one of the least conceding teams in the top flight. The only problem is that we’ve had issues in putting the ball at the back of the net,” Ameenu Shardow told Citi Sports.
Joseph Esso doesn’t only bring putting the ball at the back of the net but his play fits into the kind of system the coach wants to play. He is going to make the players around him much better.”