Former Inter full back Kwadwo Asamoah has revealed that his recent departure from Inter via contract termination was his idea and Inter were understanding of the situation.
“At the start of my third Inter season I saw things were gradually getting worse and the best thing for me to do was to redraw and focus on continuing my career,” he explained in an interview with BBC Sport Africa.
He proceeded to praise everyone at Inter for the way that they treated and supported him during his two year spell with the club.
“I still had a contract and I absolutely wanted to be fair to them. Everyone at Inter has always treated me very well, the club, the management and my teammates were always supportive.”
In conclusion the Ghanaian, who is still currently without a club, admitted that there were no problems in an agreement being reached between him and the club when it came to a contract termination.
“They knew I had always given my best and I was training hard every day, so, when I explained them my situation, they understood me. We got to an agreement and they let me go without any problem.”
Asamoah joined Inter on a free transfer in the Summer of 2018 after his contract with Juventus expired at the end of the previous season. He featured heavily in his first season with the club but barely featured in what proved to be his final season with the club mainly down to a recurring knee issue.
The 32-year-old represented Inter 53 times across all competitions and whilst he did not manage to score any goals, he did provide his teammates with three assists.