Brentford’s Spanish midfielder Marcos Tebar has mutually agreed to leave the club with immediate effect, the club have confirmed on their website.
The 29-year-old signed for the Bees last summer from Almeria but the Spaniard has been limited to just six appearances for the club.
Tebar was made available for loan in March in order to gain match fitness and the form that he showed with Almeria. However with the player being unknown to English clubs, he was not hot on the radar and spent most of his time frozen out of the squad.
The Spaniard started out his career with Real Madrid and has represented Spain at under 16 and 17 level. Former boss, Mark Warburton tracked Tebar for over 18 months before he signed him and saw great potential in the Spanish midfielder.
The midfielder will return to Spain hoping he can join a club once the Spanish Transfer Market opens on the 2nd January next year.
Brentford currently sit in ninth place in the Championship, two points adrift from the play-off’s and will be looking for a suitable replacement for Tebar in January.
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