Scottish Premier League facet, Hibernian FC have confirmed the exit of Tremendous Eagles defender Efe Ambrose from the membership, studies Completesports.com.
Ambrose, in keeping with an announcement on the membership’s official web site, triggered a clause in his contract that permits him to depart Easter Highway Stadium this month.
It was additionally revealed that the 30-year-old centre-back turned down an improved three-year contract to increase his keep on the membership.
“The 30-year-old centre-back has invoked a clause in his contract that permits him to depart Easter Highway Stadium this month, having indicated a need to pursue a possibility elsewhere and, subsequently, flip down an improved three-year contract to increase his keep in Edinburgh,” the assertion on Hibernian’s official web site reads.
“A well-liked determine with gamers, employees and supporters alike, the membership made each effort to maintain Efe however respect his choice and thank him for his contribution. He leaves with the very best needs of everybody at Hibernian.”
Ambrose joined Hibernian on mortgage from Celtic in February 2017 whereas the membership pushed for promotion from the Championship earlier than he signed a two-year deal.
The Nigerian performed 68 instances for Hibs and in addition appeared 113 instances for Celtic throughout a five-year spell at Parkhead the place he gained 4 Scottish Premiership titles.
He has been tipped for a possible transfer to English Premier League side, Cardiff Metropolis of Wales.