The 29-year-old central defender played a big part in the Roar's 2011-12 championship success, but has decided to return to the Gulf Region for family reasons
The 29-year-old central defender, who made 30 appearances for the club on their way to the 2011-12 A-League championship, has decided to move back to West Asia for family reasons.
Roar coach Rado Vidosic thanked Adnan for his contribution to the club in a statement on Monday.
“Mohamed has moved on,” Vidosic said. “He has decided to stay in the Gulf Region, I am not sure where he’ll be playing yet but we wish him all the best.
“He was a very important part of our team last season and we will try to replace him - we’ve still got a couple of overseas spots left to fill.”
Adnan, capped 66 times for his country, joined Roar on a one-year deal in August 2011, having left Bahrain following his detention for allegedly being part of anti-government protests.