Ghana Premier League side Medeama Sporting club is on clearing rampage, releasing players who have failed to live up to expectations.
After parting ways with striker Abdul Basit and Ivorian striker Kalibo Dedy Toussaint, the Tarkwa-based club has agreed with former Cheetah FC midfielder Jasper Nimo Nartey to go their separate ways, three years after failing to cement his place in the first team.
A club statement reads:
Medeama has mutually parted ways with midfielder Jasper Nimo Nartey.
Jasper has left the club after spending three years in Tarkwa.
He joined us on a free transfer from lower division side Cheetah FC.
The midfielder struggled for regular game time during his time at the club leading to the decision to mutually part ways.
After speaking to the player and taking into consideration the direction of the club, we mutually decided that it would be in everyone’s interest for us to part ways.
Jasper has indicated to us he is ready to take on the next stage of his career and we want to thank him for his service to Medeama Sporting Club.
He is an excellent professional, who contributed his quota to the club since he joined in 2017.
We are grateful to him for his services and wish him well in his future endeavour.