Dreams FC are negotiating with other first-tier clubs in the country as they seek a perfect avenue to loan out some of their players who have failed to make the mark or need further development.
So far, the Dawu-based club have loaned midfielder Cletus Daho Nombil as well as central defender Abdul Jalilu to Techiman Eleven Wonders and four others will follow suit before the transfer window closes.
Sports World Ghana can exclusively reveal that Strikers Richard Addai and Gideon Ofori Offei, midfielder Roy Rigido Mensah and goalkeeper Peter
Sarkodie are the other players who will be shipped out in the coming days.
Dreams FC have not been convincing so far in the Ghana Premier League this season and the technical are shaping up the team as they seek an improved second round.
With these players on their way out, the club have already acquired former Great Olympics attacker Abel Manomey and Ali Huzaf from Bofoakwa with three more strategic signings set to completed soon.
Dreams FC are currently 13th on the league log with just sixteen points from fifteen games.