Defender Jacob Poscoliero has left Perth Glory with immediate effect after mutually agreeing to have his contract terminated.
Poscoliero joined the Glory in May from Central Coast Mariners.
But the 27-year-old made only eight appearances for Perth this season.
Poscoliero has been left out of the club's squad for the past four A-League matches.
"Perth Glory wishes to confirm that defender Jacob Poscoliero will be departing the club with immediate effect after the termination of his contract was mutually agreed," the Glory said in a statement.
"The club would like to thank Jacob for his efforts this season and wish him all the very best in his future endeavours. No further comment will be made by Perth Glory at this time."
Perth have recently signed defender Dino Djulbic and midfielder Neil Kilkenny.
Poscoliero spent three seasons with the Mariners after joining from Blacktown City.
The Wollongong-born centre back had a three-year stint playing in Italy before returning to Australia in 2013.