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Thursday, 30 July 2020 11:54

Latif Blessing wants to quit MLS because of low patronage Featured

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The former Ghana Premier League topscorer says his ambition is to complete a move to Europe.
Los Angeles FC winger Latif Atta Blessing is eyeing a move to an European club following the low patronage of the MLS.
Blessing has been impressive in the American top-flight league after leaving Ghana in 2017.
“My dream is to move to Europe because my friends, family and others want me to move," Blessing told Bryt FM
"American football is good but is like nobody is watching because of the time we play our games”
“I’m praying I can move to Europe so that my friends can make a case for themselves. I’m working myself out of the MLS”
“As a player, you need to be ready for any club that wants you but my dream team is to play for Arsenal or Liverpool,” 
He was signed by Sporting Kansas City after winning the Ghana Premier League topscorer award after the 2017 season.
Following his performance at Sporting Kansas, he was signed by MLS newcomers Los Angeles FC ahead of the 2019 season with the MLS Expansion draft.
At Sporting Kansas, the speedster has bagged eight goals with 10 assists in his 61 appearances in the MLS and also won the US Open Cup with Sporting Kansas City in 2017.
Blessing has scored 14 goals with 15 assists in his 83 appearances for Los Angeles FC so far.
He is yet to make a debut appearance for the senior national team of Ghana.
His current market value is €2.50 million euros.
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