Nottingham Forest duo Radi Majewski and Djamal Abdoun have both agreed to the termination of their contracts, reports the club’s official website.
Majewski had been linked with a move away from the City Ground this summer with interest from clubs in his homeland of Poland as well as MK Dons and Scunthorpe United.
But now the 28-year-old has agreed to leave after six years at the club where he made 162 appearances, scoring 19 goals. He spent last season on loan at fellow Championship side Huddersfield Town where he made just eight outings.
Abdoun, 29, joined Forest for around £1.55 million from Olympiacos in July 2013 and went on to make 27 appearances, scoring twice.
He was frozen out last summer by former manager Stuart Pearce, who told the Algerian international he was free to find a new club as he had no future with the Reds.
The winger saw out last season on loan at Belgian side Lokeren and now looks set to join Macedonian side Veria who play in the Greece Superleague.
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