Boubacar Sanogo has left Madura United by mutual consent, the Indonesian Liga 1 club have confirmed.
The former Werder Bremen striker was under contract until the end of this year, but leaves the team with immediate effect after both parties agreed to terminate the deal early.
Sanogo joined Madura United in May, but he has only played five times and scored one goal so far, became a back-up player for marquee signing Peter Odemwingie.
“We have decided to end the work with Sanogo after evaluating his minute play and the team’s requirement,” the club’s president Achsanul Qosasi told reporters on Monday.
Sanogo was released along with Australian central midfielder, Dane Milovanovic who left the team due to diagnosed has anxiety disorder.