Ismaily have agreed to terminate the contract of Ghanaian midfielder Torric Jebrin by mutual consent.
The Ghanaian joined Ismaily in the summer of 2015 on a free transfer following the termination of his contract with Turkey’s Bucaspor. He was loaned out to Saudi side Al-Wahda last January and now he is allowed to leave the club after falling down the pecking order.
Torric made 26 appearances in his first season at the club, scoring one goal and assisting further two as his side finished 8th in the league table. Last term he began as a starter and was directly involved in three goals before he was loaned out to Al-Wahda in January.
The 26-year-old started his career at Ghana’s Hearts of Oak then he joined Portsmouth, SV Zulte Waregem, Turkey’s Trabzonspor, 1461 Trabzon and Bucaspor before he moved to the Ismailia-based club.
Jebrin is the seventh player to depart Ismaily this summer after Amr Mokhtar, Mahmoud Sabry, Sherif Hazem, Shokry Naguib, Mohamed Gomaa, Sherif Abdel-Fadil and club legend Mohamed Sobhy.
On the other hand, the club have signed seven players this transfer window, Ahmed Dowidar, Basem Abdelaziz, Mohamed Fawzi, Osama Kajo, Medhat Ibrahim, Omar Gamal and Moussa Camara.