Medeama SC have announced the early termination of their contract with winger Zakaria Mumuni.
There was only one month left on Mumuni’s two-year contract signed in February 2021, but the two-time FA Cup winners and the 26-year-old have mutually agreed to terminate it.
“Medeama can announce that Zakaria Mumuni has left the club with his contract set to expire next month.
“Everyone at the club would like to thank Zakaria for his two-year stint and contributions in Tarkwa.
“We wish him all the best for the next steps on his journey,” read a club statement Wednesday morning.
Mumuni becomes a free agent immediately. This affords him the opportunity to commit to a new club with less hassle before the end of the second transfer window for the 2022/23 season.
The former WAFA SC, Aduana FC and AS Vita Club attacker combined just 189 minutes of football from 6 outings for Medeama in the current season. Overall, Mumuni was featured 23 times during this almost two-year stay with no goals to show.
Relatedly, forward Jacob Asiedu-Appau – who rejoined Medeama from AshantiGold on a two-year contract prior to the start of the current campaign – has also terminated his contract by mutual agreement.