After two years of contract, Italian football giants Inter Milan, have parted ways with Ghanaian midfielder, Kwadwo Asamoah.
The club made this known to the public in a tweet where it listed a number of players such as Godin, Moses, Biraghi, Candreva, Asamoah among others it was ending contracts with.
Kwadwo Asamoah’s time at Inter Milan, was plagued with many injuries. This coupled with an inconsistent form is a factor in seeing him being added to a major house cleaning by the club.
The midfielder-cum-left-back is now a free agent and could join any club with reports that some Italian clubs are after his signature.
The Ghanaian international joined Inter in 2018 after playing at Juventus for six years.
After joining Inter Milan in the summer of 2018, he went on to play a total of 53 games for the clubs in all competitions.
Also, it does not seem as though coach Conte and Kwadwo had a cozy enough relationship as he was limited to just eight league games and three UEFA Champions League matches in the 2019/2020 season – this coupled with his bout of injuries.
In the last completed season, the midfielder was dropped from Inter’s 41-man squad for the knockout round of the Europa League where they finished as runners-up to Sevilla.
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