French winger Jonathan Biabiany has left Parma by mutual consent, the Italian club have announced on their official website.
One of Italy’s most famous clubs are going through the most difficult period in history, with the players and staff owed wages for more than six months.
The team are now destined for relegation to Serie B and they have now stayed without one of their best players as Jonathan Biabiany has agreed to cancel the contract that was due to expire in June 2018.
There are no doubts that the Frenchman took this step in order to help the club when his hefty wage was becoming a major burden on the finances, with the 26-year-old leaving Ennio Tardini after three years.
During two spells with Parma, Biabiany has scored 20 goals in 136 Serie A appearances, while he also represented Inter Milan, Modena and Sampdoria, lifting one league title with the Nerazzurri.