Hearts of Oak forward Bernard Arthur has confirmed his imminent move to join local rivals Accra Great Olympics in the ongoing Ghana transfer window.
Arthur confirmed his departure to the 'dade boys' in an interview.
According to him, he joined Hearts of Oak because of former coach Kim Grant, who was sacked some few months later.
The former Liberty Professional striker has failed to break into the first team of the Phobians and has fallen down the pecking order with Joseph Esso and Kofi Kordzi preferred in attack.
"It’s 80% done that I’m going to Olympics", he told Kumasi FM on his move to Great Olympics.
Arthur hopes to help Great Olympics survive relegation when he join the club.
"I’m a player who likes challenges".
"I will help them escape relegation,it is something I have done before and I’m confident in achieving that goal".