Leicester City have announced that Ghanaian centre-back, Daniel Amartey will leave the club at the end of the month.
Seven professionals are among those confirmed to leave #lcfc upon the expiration of their contracts this June.
The Club extends its thanks to all seven players for their contributions during their time with us and wishes them every success in their careers.
— Leicester City (@LCFC) June 5, 2023
Amartey, 28, who spent seven years at the club is among seven players who will leave the club after the end of their contracts.
Daniel Amartey joined the Premier League club from Copenhagen in 2016 for around £6 million and went on to achieve great things with the club.
Amartey over the past seven seasons at Leicester he scored three goals and had one assist in 145 games.
He was part of Leicester City’s title-winning season, helped the club to victory in the FA Cup final against Chelsea in the 2020/2021 season and also won the Community Shield with the club too.
Recent reports have linked Amartey with a potential move to Turkey, with Besiktas reported to have held talks with the player who is now a free agent.