Ghana Premier League side, Accra Hearts of Oak have mutually parted ways with their attacker, William Opoku Asiedu after one year.
The Rainbows confirmed the departure of the 25-year-old player on their social media handle on Friday.
The striker signed a two year deal with the Phobians in 2021 but failed to shine at the Accra-based club. He has featured in just one game since last year. He came from the bench as replacement for Obeng Junior in their second leg game against Legon Cities in the previous campaign.
William Opoku after joining Middlesbrough U23 in 2017 from Division One League outfit Okyeman Planners for a long-term contract returned to his native country.
The English Championship outfit loaned him out to Estonian top-flight league side FCI Levadia but his contract was abrogated following his poor performance.
He later moved to India where he featured for several clubs such as Minerva Punjab, Ozone FC, FC Bengaluru United, Bhawanipore FC and BSS Sporting.
He joined the Phobians in same year with Awako, Enock Asubonteng, Salim Adams, Benjamin Yorke, Isaac Agyenim Boateng, Seidu Suraj, Kofi Kordzi, Yaw Amankwah Baafi and Ushau Abu.