Brazilian playmaker Fabio Gama has left Kumasi Asante Kotoko, the club has affirmed in a post via virtual entertainment.
As indicated by the Oseikrom based club, the Brazilian player neglected to agree with the club after the termination of his agreement and he is continuing on.
Fabio Gama, who joined Kotoko in 2020, is supposed to finish paperwork for Bahraini side Muharraq Club.
"Fabio educated Management toward the end regarding the time of his craving to investigate different open doors somewhere else after two effective seasons with the Club", an assertion from the club said.
"He made sense of the individual and family reasons connected with the choice and Management are conscious of same. It was never an issue of the club's failure to satisfy his needs as none was made."
"We express gratitude toward Fabio and his family for the majority superb recollections, inspirational perspective and feeling of incredible skill during his visit. Asante Kotoko hope everything turns out great for him in his next experience."
Fabio Gama in his two-year spell with Asante Kotoko scored five objectives in 48 appearances.
Following an amazing presentation season in which he scored four objectives in 28 Ghana Premier League games, the going after midfielder showed up in the 2021/22 season.
Wounds tormented him right off the bat in the season, restricting his playing time under Prosper Ogum Narteh.
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