Birmingham City have handed Franck Queudrue a free transfer.
Queudrue was left out of the club's pre-season tour of Austria and did not take part in training when the squad returned last week.
The French full-back had a public falling out with the club towards the end of last season after co-owner David Sullivan criticised him in the media.
Now, after talks between the two parties, Birmingham have confirmed that Queudrue is leaving the club on a free transfer.
The former Middlesbrough and Lens left-back moved to St Andrews from Fulham in a deal worth more than £2million.