English Championship sideÂ Stoke CityÂ have terminated the contract of Saido Berahino.
The 25-year-old striker was convicted of drinking and driving this month after committing the offence in Great Russell Street, London on February 18.
The Burundi international was subsequently banned from driving and handed a Â£75,000 fine by the Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court.
In January 2017, Berahino joined the Potters from West Bromwich Albion for a fee of Â£12 million and made 51 league appearances for the side, scoring three goals.
Since the incident, he has not featured for Stoke City and as reported byÂ Sky Sports, his contractÂ – which runs through 2022Â – has now been terminated.
It is believed that the attacker is considering a legal challenge against Stokeâ€™s decision.
Next month, Berahino will beÂ expected to play a part for Burundi in the 2019Â Africa Cup of NationsÂ inÂ Egypt.
The Swallows kick off their campaign in the competition against Group B rivalsÂ NigeriaÂ on June 22 before playing Madagascar five days later and Guinea on June 30.