Ghana goalkeeper Adam Larsen Kwarasey has cancelled his contract with Norwegian giants Vålerenga months before his contract expires, Ghananewspage.com can exclusively reveal.
The 32-year-old reached an agreement with the club for him four months before his contract expires.
Kwarasey, 32, was earlier said to be nearing his exit at Vålerenga after falling the perking order.
The former Portland Timbers custodian turned down a one-year extension deal at the club.
The Ghana international goalkeeper initially had a contract until December 12, 2020, but has agreed to mutually terminate the contract.
Sporting Director of Vålerenga, Jorgen Ingebrigtsen has confirmed the departure of experienced Ghana goalkeeper Kwarasey.
“There is no drama behind this. We have chosen a strategy to focus on young local players, and have Kristoffer and Kjetil in the same position as Adam,” says sports manager Jørgen Ingebrigtsen.
“These are the ones we have chosen to focus on in the future, and then this is a natural decision.”
Kwarasey has kept the post only 18 times of 30 matches in the 2019 season after the technical staff decided not to make him an automatic first choice.
He capped 27 times by Ghana, rejoined Valerenga in 2017 from Danish Superliga side Brøndby.
He has also had stints with Stromsgodset, Portland Timbers in the MLS and Rosenborg BK.
Kwarasey has six months left on his contract with the Eliteserien which will run out in December 2020.