Izzy Akinade has left Waterford FC through ‘mutual settlement’ and returned to Nigeria.
The 25-year-old striker scored 8 occasions in 49 appearances all through his two years on the RSC.
Akinade, who moved to Eire from Nigeria as a kid, were searching for asylum and used to be not able to signal a certified contract all through his time within the SSE Airtricity League.
He shaped a robust partnership with Courtney Duffus remaining season because the Blues secured a top-four end within the Premier Department.
Akinade had recovered from a career-threatening surgical procedure in 2017 when he had his spleen got rid of because of low blood platelets.
Waterford supervisor Alan Reynolds says the previous Bray and Bohemians ahead will likely be ignored.
“The membership wish to want Izzy all of the highest. We signed him after gaining promotion two seasons in the past and he scored some necessary objectives for the membership.
“We thank him for the laborious paintings and efforts over the last 18 months. He’ll be ignored off and on the pitch and used to be a in reality fashionable member of the squad.”
It leaves Reynolds in need of choices up entrance with the mortgage spells of Aaron Drinan and Scott Cord lately coming to an finish.
Republic of Eire under-21 winger Zak Elbouzedi could also be sidelined for round a month with a foot harm.