The Bundesliga outfit have ended their working relationship with the 27-year-old forward who has a year left on his contract
Paul-Georges Ntep and Wolfsburg have parted company following the mutual termination of his contract, the club confirmed on Tuesday.
He spent the first-half of the season at Kayserispor, but he left the Turkish Super Lig for a return to Germany in December due to financial crisis that rocked the club.
Following his return, Ntep struggled to break into Wolfsburg’s first-team, and he is now expected to look for greener pastures to revive his career.
During his three-year spell in Germany, the Cameroon international played just 19 games across all competitions without finding the back of the net, and he was loaned to two clubs (Kayserispor and Saint-Etienne).
VfL Wolfsburg and Paul-Georges Ntep have gone their separate ways. All the best, PG! 🙏
— VfL Wolfsburg EN (@VfLWolfsburg_EN) February 11, 2020