Al Sadd Football Club have confirmed that it has terminated its contract with Ghanaian captain Andre Ayew.
The agreement was reached by mutual consent and was announced via a social media statement.
“OFFICIAL: Al-Sadd SC has reached an agreement with Andre Ayew to terminate his contract with the club by mutual consent,” the club said on Twitter.
The 33-year-old midfielder had five months left on his two-year deal with the club.
No reason was given for the termination. Ayew joined Al Sadd as a free agent in July 2021 and played in 30 league games, scoring 18 goals.
He won the Qatar Stars League in his first season with the club. There are rumours that Ayew could join rival club Al Rayyan.
Meanwhile, the Blackstar skipper has previously played for Marseille, Swansea, West Ham United, and Fernabache before joining Al Sadd side On 21 July 2021.
The former Swansea star, aged 33, endured a difficult World Cup for Ghana in Qatar, missing a penalty against Uruguay in a crucial game and suffering personal heartbreak following the death of his godson during the tournament. His daughter also fell ill following the match against the South Americans.
Ayew signed for the Middle East club in the summer of 2021 on a reported £200,000-a-week deal.
Al Sadd Sports Club is a Qatari sports club based in the Al Sadd district of the city of Doha.