Japanese-American trainer Kenichi Yatsuhashi will leave Aduana Stars after the club’s final game in the 2018 Caf Confederation Cup.
The Ghanaian champions face Raja Casablanca away to complete their games in Group A on Wednesday.
Yatsuhashi took over the club after the sacking of Yusif Abubakar in July but on short-term basis.
His permanent stay was dependent on the situation of football in the country which has been on standstill for almost three months.
“Per the agreement between us, I will leave post as coach for Aduana after the last match,” Yatsuhashi told Oyerepa FM.
“Our agreement was that I take charge of the team for the Africa campaign because the date for the Ghana league is unknown.”
He added: “I don’t want to comment whether I will stay on or not – time will tell.”
It is however understood that the club is happy to let the former Hearts of Oak and Inter Allies gaffer go having assessed his short stay.
Yatsuhashi won his first game at home to AS Vita Club but lost the reverse fixture in DR Congo. His side suffered another defeat at home to Asec Mimosas – one which effectively ended Aduana’s campaign in the Confederation Cup.