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Plymouth Argyle favourite Oscar Threlkeld is on the lookout for a new club after having his contract terminated by Belgian side Waasland-Beveren.
The 24-year-old only joined the Belgian top flight club last summer after rejecting Argyle's offer of a new contract and he headed across the English channel to fulfil a dream of playing abroad.
However, the former Bolton Wanderers youngster made just two appearances for the club before returning to England - and Argyle - in the January transfer window.
It was a less successful spell, though, which ultimately ended in relegation from League One and on his return to Belgium, Threlkeld has come to a mutual agreement with his employers to have his contract terminated.
A statement on the club's official website, translated into English, read: "Oscar Threlkeld is no longer a player of Waasland-Beveren.
"The British defender and Waasland-Beveren have decided by mutual agreement to end the cooperation.
"In the summer of 2018, Threlkeld landed on the Freethiel, but could never really continue. He was lent in the winter mercato to his ex-team Plymouth Argyle, but he couldn't really convince there either. The defender's contract is dissolved.
"Good luck in your next challenge, Oscar!"