Inter Milan to part ways with Ghana’s Kwadwo Asamoah
Italian based club Inter Milan are set to dispense the services off Kwadwo Asamoah at the end of the season, according to Calciomercato.com
The midfield gem is one of four players set to be shown the exit door after a disappointing spell with the club in the last few seasons. Diego Godin, Matias Vecino, and Sebastiano Esposito are the rest of the players.
Since his arrival at the club from Juventus some two seasons ago, he has managed only 40 appearances and a goal the remaining blighted by injuries.
Asamoah has practically spent a large chunk of his playing career in Italy, first with Udinese (2008-12) playing 114 times and scoring 8, moving to Juventus and playing 116 games and 4 goals during a six-year period before joining Inter Milan.
Though Asamoah is injury-ravaged most times, he is hardworking, versatile, tactically intelligent player and has an eye for a pass.
Bar injuries, the Ghanaian is a delight to watch when he is full operation connecting the dots in midfield as well as playing heartily on the wings of the field.
In the last few months, he has since had suitors in Turkish giants Fenerbahce and a couple of MLS clubs.