Midfielder Mubarak Wakaso has officially parted ways with Greek giants Panathinaikos.

The Ghana international only joined the club in the summer of 2016 on a three-year deal.

He grew frustrated, however, by the club’s failure to honour their contractual obligations, hence pushing for a loan move elsewhere in January 2017.

Wakaso was then farmed out to Granada in Spain, where he excelled, but the side ended up relegated from the La Liga and could not afford to sign him due to his wages.

The 26-year-old recently demanded for the termination of his contract and the club has officially confirmed reaching a compromise.

“Panathinaikos FC announces the termination of its contract with Mubarak Wakaso. The Ghana international played 16 games in all competitions and scored once from summer to December 2016. We wish him success in his career,” the club stated.

It is understood that Panathinaikos allegedly owes the player about 600 000 euros. Both parties have agreed that the payment will be made in several instalments.

Mubarak Wakaso has been linked with a move to English side Brighton and Deportivo Alaves from Spain in recent days.