Just a matter of days after signing his brother, Mildenhall Town have lost the services of Claudio Ofosu.
The Stevenage frontman joined the Bostik League North Division outfit on a loan deal back in December, making his debut during the 1-1 draw at Romford.
However, after featuring on 13 occasions and scoring three goals in a Mildenhall shirt, Ofosu has now returned to his League Two parent club ahead of a loan switch to a higher-league side.
It comes on the back of elder sibling Andrew signing on the dotted line at Recreation Way ahead of Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Potters Bar Town — a game that turned out to be Claudio’s last for the club.
Manager Dean Greygoose said: “Claudio has been brilliant for us.
“He has really pushed on during his time with us, shown a great attitude and always had a smile on his face.
“We wish him well for the future and really hope he is able to go on from here.”
* For more reaction to the transfer news surrounding the Ofosu brothers, plus a look ahead to Saturday’s trip to Maldon & Tiptree, see this week’s Journal and Free Press print editions