Sierra Leonean striker, Mohamed 'Poborsky' Bangura, has canceled his contract with Scottish Premier League giant, Celtic.
The striker, who only has 18 months left in his contract with the Scottish outfit, decided to break the deal last Friday to automatically become a free player which implies he can sign for clubs after the transfer window has closed.
The player's decision to cancel his contract with the club came few days after the Celtic boss, Neil Lennon, admitted that the Sierra Leonean striker has no future in the club.
Meanwhile, the player's international agent, Patrick Mork, told Swedish Fotbollskanalen.se that the player decided to break his contract to be free and could soon secure another deal.
He said: "Mohamed gets the chance even though he was the best on the field in two games against Celtic in the Champions League qualifiers, and he is obviously not in Neil Lennon's plans, then he can just as easily change clubs. It is a good decision for him now. We need to sort the best option now."
Bangura joined Celtic after scoring 13 goals between 2010 and 2011 for AIK, which saw him sign a 2.2 million Euros deal with the Hoops but he was unable to break into Lennon's squad and was loaned out to AIK, where he again stood for several good matches.
When the loan contract expired he managed to barely return to Scotland before the club loaned him again to Elfsborg where he played in 2013.
Source: all Africa.com