Ghanaian striker Samuel Afum parts ways with Wadi Degla
Ghanaian striker Samuel Afum has rescinded his contract with Egyptian Premier League side Wadi Degla by mutual consent.
Afum moved to Wadi Degla a year ago, joining the Cairo-based club on a Bosman transfer after leaving Swiss club Young Boys as a free agent in the summer of 2016.
The 26-year-old attacker has decided to part ways with Wadi Degla by mutual consent after spending just one season with the Egyptian club, scoring four goals and delivering an assist for the team in their Egyptian Premier League campaign.
Afum had a previous experience in Egypt in 2010 with Alexandria-based club Smouha, spending two years and a half with the team before moving to Young Boys.
As a replacement for the Ghanaian striker, Wadi Degla have completed the signing of Congolese striker Jean Marc Makusu on Wednesday.
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