Richmond Boakye Yiadom’s future has been thrown into doubt as the agent of Black Stars forward, confirmed that the player will leave Serbian side Red Star Belgrade for main stream Europe by the end of next summer’s transfer window.
The former Juventus striker has been in prolific form for the Serbian outfit and already has 35 goals in 44 appearances this calendar year which has seen him attract a lot of interest from Europe’s big clubs including English giants Chelsea.
The 24-year old forward has been in Belgrade for less than a year, joining from Italian Serie B side Latina in January 2017.
In an exclusive interview with Citi Sports, Oliver Arthur disclosed that his client will be playing in mainstream Europe at the beginning of next season.
“Richmond will move to mainstream Europe very soon. It can even be this January but definitely by June, he will make the move,” he said.
A move away from Red Star will be his ninth since moving to Europe in 2008.