Sierra Leone international, Alfred Zagalo Sankoh has parted company with Turkish Super Lig side Balıkesirspor just a season after joining them from the Azerbaijani top flight league club Khazar Lankaran.
The Turkish second tier league side confirmed the news of a mutual termination of the player’s contract on their club website while Sankoh also admitted and revealed the reasons for the decision.
The former Strømsgodset and Şanlıurfaspor also revealed that he and his agent are currently looking at several offers from Turkey, Azerbaijan and other European clubs, but a decision is yet to be made over his next destination.
Sankoh played over 18 matches during his year’s spell with the Turkish club and also featured in the Turkey Cup competition where he scored a goal for the Red-white.
The contract termination ends Sankoh’s second spell in a Turkish second tier league. His first spell was with Sanliurfaspor from 2012-2014 league seasons where he scored three goals in 57 appearances. He later moved to Khazer Lankaran in Azerbaijan where he played 25 matches and scored two goals.
He previously played in Norway for Ullern and Stromsgodset for four seasons scoring seven goals in 79 appearances. Sankoh has made over 10 appearances for the Leone Stars 'A' team.