Spanish Segunda Division side Real Zaragoza have received the green light from the league authorities, The Professional Football League (LFP), to terminate Ghanaian striker Raphael Dwamena due to his long-term illness and register a replacement.
Dwamena suffered a heartbreaking setback to his career as he was detected with an unknown heart problem during a routine medical a month ago.
The 24-year-old has since been ruled out of action indefinitely following the unspecified heart problem discovered while he was undergoing health tests.
Real Zaragoza are already in the market looking for a replacement for the Dwamena.
Their initial pursuit for Atletico Madrid B forward Dario Poveda has stalled but are still looking for alternatives.
Dwamena was on loan from Spanish top-flight side Levante, and went ahead to play nine matches - all as a starter - so far this season.
He managed two goals in the process before the unfortunate happened.