Abdulai Bell-Baggie is the latest player to leave the club by mutual consent. Tranmere Rovers Sierra Leone born has been released. (Photo Abdulai Bell-Baggie in action for Leone Stars 1-1 draw in Swaziland May 2014)
Rovers boss Micky Adams told the club’s official website: “We wish Abs all the best and thank him for his time at the club.”
The 22-year-old made 65 appearances for Rovers since joining in 2012. The versatile winger came through the youth system at Reading.
In 2009-10 the former Crawley Town winger caught the eye of Rovers former Manager Ronnie Moore during a loan spell at Rotherham United.
He also spent time on loan at Port Vale and Crawley Town before joining Yeovil.
The former England Under16 and 17 international has hardly figured for Rovers in recent months.
Bell-Baggie won the Victory Shield in 2007 with the under-16, starting in their 2-0 victory against Wales
Prior to arriving at Prenton Park, the Sierra Leone born winger had played in non-league football for Salisbury after being released by Yeovil.
Bell-Baggie represented both the England under 16 and 17 national teams before winning first cap with Sierra Leone in a 1-0 defeat in Cape Verde 2013.