Celtic and expensive flop Mohamed Bangura have parted company after the Sierra Leone forward's contract was cancelled by mutual consent.
Bangura moved to the Scottish champions from Swedish club AIK Stockholm for a reported £2.2 million at the end of the August 2011 transfer window after coming highly recommended by Hoops legend, Henrik Larsson.
He endured an injury-hit start to his Celtic career and spent lengthy spells back on loan in Sweden with AIK and then Elfsborg.
The 24-year-old defied his employers by starting both legs of the UEFA Champions League third qualifying round in July for Elfsborg.
Bangura returned to Lennoxtown last month in an effort to resurrect his Celtic career but things did not work out and he left Glasgow after 16 scoreless appearances for the Hoops.
Meanwhile, Celtic also announced that Mikey Miller and Joe Chalmers have been loaned to Dumbarton and Falkirk respectively until the end of the season.