Summer signing Darko Bodul will be allowed to leave Dundee United if he can find another club.
The former Ajax kid was signed on a two year deal back in July.
Since then Bodul, who holds Croatian and Austrian citizenship, has made eleven appearances.
Eight of them have been from the start but he is yet to complete 90 minutes in tangerine.
And he has still to score his first United goal.
Bodul did start new manager Mixu Paatelainen’s first two games in charge.
But he came off at halftime in the 1-0 defeat against Hearts and has not played since being hooked 55 minutes into the hammering at Celtic Park last month.
He will still be considered for selection and remains part of the first team squad.
With Billy Mckay and Adam Taggart ahead of him in the pecking order and Mixu looking to bring in another striker, his chances of playing look limited.
So if the 26-year-old can get fixed up elsewhere United will not stand in his way.
When he arrived in the summer Bodul said he wanted regular football so he could accept the chance to head back to Europe come the turn of the year.
Meanwhile United have a legal team working on pushing ‘keeper Eiji Kawashima’s work permit through quickly.
They’ve been warned it could take two months to process but the lawyers are doing all they can to get it done this week.