Hampshire confirmed that Reece Topley, the left sailor, left the club.
It was a decision that was expected with him out of contract after three years that they continued to suffer injuries due to their participation in only 21 games during their time with Hampshire.
At the beginning of the 2018 season he signed a white-ball deal just to be able to concentrate his energy on the shorter formats, but underwent surgery during the summer to insert a pin into his back and suffered a fifth stress fracture.
"It is not an easy decision to make to leave a team, however, I want to thank those who supported me in the last three years that I have been associated with Hampshire," Topley posted on Twitter. . "I'm excited about what's coming …"
Giles White, the cricket director of Hampshire, said: "Halfway through the 2018 season, Reece made it clear that he wanted to pursue his career elsewhere. .
Topley played 10 ODIs and six T20s and before suffering the recurrence of his back injury he succeeded for the Lions of England against India A and the West Indies in the summer of 2018, taking eight wickets in four games.