Ramis returns to Spain to join Levante.Spanish defender Ivan Ramis has been allowed to join Levante after his contract, due to expire this summer, was cancelled by mutual consent.
The 30-year-old joined Latics in 2012 from Real Mallorca and after impressing during the early part of the Premier League season, suffered a cruciate knee ligament injury at Fulham in January 2013 which side-lined him for the best part of 12 months and saw him miss out on the victorious FA Cup run and subsequent Europa League campaign.
His Latics career has been intermittent since his return from injury and Latics manager Malky Mackay has now sanctioned his departure.
“Ivan asked if there was a chance he could go back to Spain because he sees his life back there again. He’s not playing at the moment and is out of contract in the summer and we felt that in both our interests, this was the best solution to go to Levante.
“The contract has been cancelled by mutual consent and I want to say good luck to him, he is a good professional and he goes with the warmest regards of everyone at Wigan Athletic.”
Ramis departs after two and a half seasons, having made 49 league appearances, scoring four goals, 57 appearances in total, with five goals scored.