LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 24: Latif Blessing #7 of Los Angeles FC shows off with the ball during the MLS Western Conference Semi-final between Los Angeles FC and Los Angeles Galaxy at the Banc of California Stadium on October 24, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Los Angeles FC won the match 5-3 (Photo by Shaun Clark/Getty Images)

Ghanaian attacker Latif Atta Blessing, is targeting a move to Europe and has cited the low patronage of the MLS as a major reason behind this dream.

The former Liberty Professionals ball dazzler is currently on the books of Los Angeles FC and has impressed heavily in America’s top flight.

The 23 year old has been playing in the USA ever since he left the Ghanaian football scene. Despite his astounding output, he has barely gotten the spotlight shone on him and he believes a move to Europe will help his cause.

In an interview with local radio station Bryt FM, Blessing said, “My dream is to move to Europe because my friends, family, and others want me to move,”

“American football is good but is like nobody is watching because of the time we play our games,” he added

“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 concluded.