Cameroon international Vincent Mbega has left Dynamos, just six months into his contract.

The midfielder joined the Glamour Boys in the pre-season along with his fellow countryman Claude Junior Ngahan. His time in Harare was marred by injuries and the club decided to terminate his contract.

According to the Herald, Mbega was also unhappy with his agent, and the two reportedly had an open altercation over unfulfilled contractual obligations.

However, Dynamos spokesperson Tinashe Farawo refused to comment on the alleged fallout but confirmed parting ways with the Cameroonian.

Farawo said: “We don’t speak about what happens outside of Dynamos. What we know is we agreed to a mutual consensus to terminate the contract with the said player.

“For the sake of our brand, we are very mindful of the past experiences we had with players such as (Christian) Epoupa.”

Mbega is a former Cameroon Under-20 World Cup player who once turned out for Spanish side Mallorca II in the Segunda B, between 2010 and 2013.

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