Macclesfield Town are delighted to announce that forward Arthur Gnahoua has returned to the Moss Rose, after signing a contract until the end of the season - with the club having the option to extend this by a further year.
Arthur started his career at Staybridge Celtic, before making the move to Macclesfield Town in September 2012.
In just over a two-year period, Arthur made forty-three appearances for The Silkmen, scoring five goals - which included two magnificent strikes against FC Halifax Town and Gateshead respectively.
Arthur then moved to Catalonia in January 2015 to sign for CF Gava and briefly returned to the Moss Rose the following summer for pre-season training.
In January 2016, Arthur signed for National League North side Kidderminster Harriers where he made fifty-one appearances and finished as the club's top-scorer during the 2016/17 season.
This fine run of form attracted Football League scouts and Arthur would go on to sign for Shrewsbury Town in May 2017.
The forward got his professional career off to a great start, as he found the back of the net against Coventry City in the EFL Trophy and followed this up with a 94th minute winner at Doncaster Rovers a few weeks later.
After his contract at The New Meadow was extended twelve months later, Arthur then joined Carlisle United for a brief spell at the start of this year.
Arthur will claim the number seven shirt here at the Moss Rose and we would like to wish him every success during his time with us.