Mariga released by Inter
Serie A giants Inter Milan have released Kenyan international midfielder McDonald Wanyama Mariga.
According to fcinternews, Mariga, whose contract was to run out this year was recently bid goodbye by the club and will hence headed out to search for greener pastures.
-After the farewell to Inter a few days ago, McDonald Mariga is in search of a team. The Kenyan will effect a free transfer and has already become an attractive player in the transfer market, read part of the statement on the portal.
Corriere dello Sport has also reported that Parma and Palermo have emerged as the possible favourites to land the services of the 27 year old that did not kick a ball in the 2013/2014 season due to a long term injury.
-The Kenyan midfielder is a bargain at no cost and Parma and Palermo are in the race for the free Mariga, read the statement.
Mariga joined Inter Milan from Parma in 2010 and became the first East African player to win the highly elated UEFA Champions League while at Milan by then under the tutelage of current Chelsea FC gaffer Jose Mourinho.
He has also played for La Liga side Real Sociedad on loan from the Serie A side in the 2011/2012 season.
Mariga has had to endure two tough seasons due to injury but is now fully-healed and made a second half appearance in Harambee Stars 1-0 win over Comoros in an Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier match on Sunday 18 May.
He has also been linked to a move to English Premier League (EPL) sides Sunderland, Aston Villa, Southampton among others.