Japan veteran striker Keisuke Honda quits Vitesse Arnhem

Japanese veteran Keisuke Honda has quit Vitesse Arnhem just less than two months after signing for the Dutch club side.
"Thank you for everything to all people of @MijnVitesse Unfortunately it was very short time but I really appreciate it. Look forward to seeing you someday again!" tweeted Honda.
"When I arrived here, my goal was to change things. I haven't done that."
The 33 years old Keisuke Honda, signed a contract on November 6 that was to last until the end of the season.
So far, he has played just four matches in the Eredivisie (two defeats, a draw and one win), his exit coming just weeks after that of coach Leonid Slutsky.
Formerly of AC Milan and CSKA Moscow, Keisuke Honda has stood out for the Japan national team, scoring 37 goals in 98 appearances, including four goals in three World Cups.

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