Derby County signed Florian Jozefzoon for a reported £2.75 million in the summer of 2018 from Brentford, after the winger had scored seven goals and provided seven assists in the previous season for the Bees.
It is fair to say that the move did not work out for both parties with the Suriname international going from looking like one of the more dangerous widemen in the league to without a club this summer and carrying on his career in Ligue 2.
The 30-year-old scored three and assisted two in 48 appearances for the Rams and played a significant role from the fringes as the club came so close to promotion to the Premier League, losing out to Aston Villa in the play-off final under Frank Lampard.
Jozefzoon’s final involvement, at least for the time being, in English football was on loan at Rotherham United last season.
Paul Warne’s men were relegated on the last day of last season from the Championship, Jozefzoon started the game – his 25th appearance for the club, without scoring – before being replaced by Jamie Lindsay in the 62nd minute.
The Millers were 1-0 up when the Surinamese came off but a late Marlon Pack goal sent the club down and the 30-year-old was left unattached after his contract ended at Pride Park.
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Jozefzoon was picked up by Quevilly Rouen in early September and has started all five matches since his arrival but has only completed a match once.
His current club find themselves eighth in the French second-tier standings, with 15 points from their 11 league games so far.