Serbian striker Mateja Kezman has had his Paris St Germain contract terminated by mutual consent.
The 31-year-old forward's deal with the French club was due to expire next summer but both parties have agreed to end the agreement ahead of schedule.
Kezman, formerly of PSV Eindhoven and Chelsea, made only two appearances from the bench for PSG this term after spending the last campaign on loan at Zenit St Petersburg.
A statement on PSG's official website said: "Paris St Germain and Mateja Kezman have reached an agreement today to terminate the player's contract.
"The club wishes to thank Mateja for his professionalism during his time in the colours of Paris. We wish him every success for the rest of his career."
Kezman's best spell so far in his career came at PSV where he hit a remarkable 105 league goals in 122 appearances.
His prolific record in Holland sparked Premier League outfit Chelsea to sign him for £5.3million in 2004, but after failing to impress he joined Atletico Madrid one year later.
Kezman scored only five goals in 25 league appearances for PSG since first signing on loan from Turkish side Fenerbahce in 2008.
He joined the Ligue 1 side on a permanent deal a year later but failed to establish himself as a first-team regular.