Ghana forward Elvis Wiafe Manu been told he can leave Brighton & Hove Albion this summer.
The Dutch-born Ghanaian attacker has twelve months left on his contract but he has been told to find new employers as his services are no longer needed at the newly-promoted EPL side.
Manu was told by manager Chris Hughton on Monday night that he is free to leave and the former Feyenoord star is pleased about it.
“That’s good, that I can go to a new club on a free transfer. It is now a matter of just waiting and seeing what comes my way,” said Manu.
Manu spent last season on loan at Go Ahead Eagles but was sacked before his deal ended for a post he made on twitter.
Many is being courted by Turkish side Besiktas as well as other clubs.
By: Edmund Okai Gyimah