Ghana Premier League, GPL champions Asante Kotoko has bided farewell to their Brazilian poster boy Fabio Gama after the expiration of his contract.
Gama, leaves the Porcupines after two years of dedicated service to the record Ghana champions.
Asante Kotoko has taken to their media channels to say thank you to the player who became a fans favourite for the mercurial role he played in the middle of the park.
"We thank Fabio and his family for many wonderful memories, positive attitude and sense of professionalism during his stay", a club statement read.
According to the Asante Kotoko message, Fabio Gama informed the management of the club at the end of the season of his desire to explore other opportunities elsewhere after two successful seasons with the club.
The statement further stated that Gama cited personal and family reasons on why he wants to leave the club after playing in Ghana for two years.
"Asante Kotoko wish him the very best in his next adventure", the statement ended.
The next destination for the Brazilian could be Bahrain as Fabio Gama has been heavily linked to Al-Muharraq Sporting Club that competes in the country's top-flight league.
Fabio Gama played a key role in helping Asante Kotoko win the 2021/22 GPL title after signing for the club in 2020.
In all, the Brazilian scored five goals in 48 appearances for the Garden City club.
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