Western Sydney Wanderers FC have confirmed the departure of forward Bruce Kamau who leaves for an overseas opportunity.
Despite efforts to keep the Wanderers Player of the Year in Western Sydney, Kamau has chosen an opportunity to go overseas for the first time in his professional career.
Kamau had a record-breaking season with the Red & Black in 2020/21 scoring 12 goals in 23 games, capping off what has been an impressive three-season stint at the club.
Kamau thanked the club, the members and the fans.
“It’s been an enjoyable journey over the last three seasons playing in front of the best members and fans in Australia,” said Kamau.
“I’d like to thank Chairman Paul Lederer, CEO John Tsatsimas and head coach Carl Robinson, the staff, members and fans for what has been a memorable three seasons.”
Western Sydney Wanderers CEO John Tsatsimas thanked Kamau for his contribution.
“We would like to thank Bruce for his efforts both on and off the pitch, for the Wanderers and the Western Sydney region,” said Tsatsimas.
“Everyone at the club wishes him well in his overseas stint and we hope to see him back one day in the Red & Black.”