Goalkeeper Matteo Sereni has left Brescia by mutual consent, the relegated Serie A club have confirmed.
The custodian held talks with Lombard officials yesterday where an agreement was reached to rescind his contract.
Sereni, who still had another 12 months on his deal, is now thus a free agent ahead of the transfer window.
The 36-year-old joined Brescia, for the second time in his career, last summer after three years at Torino.
The Parma-born player has had his injury problems though which had restricted him to just 15 Serie A appearances this term.
Sereni has also had spells at Sampdoria, Lazio and Ipswich Town amongst numerous other clubs.
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