Swedish-born Ghanaian forward Joel Josoghene Asoro has returned to his parent club Swansea City after a season-long loan at Dutch Eredivisie side Groningen.
The pacy winger could not make an impact at Championship side Swansea City after joining them in 2018 from Sunderland.
The former Sweden Under-21 international scored three goals in 17 Groningen caps.
The Dutch club had option to sign Asoro on a permanent deal as part of the loan agreement but didn’t sign him and wanted an additional one-year loan.
According to technical director Mark-Jan Fledderus, keeping the player on loan for another year “was not an option at the moment”.
For Swansea, Asoro had failed to score in 17 Swans appearances – only four of which were starts – in 2018/19 season.
Former Swansea boss Graham Potter felt he had grabbed a top talent for the future when Asoro arrived from Wearside in a deal reported to worth around £2m.