Tomi Juric has been provisionally released by Swiss club FC Luzern, according to reports in Swiss media.
Luzern made the decision for “sporting and strategic reasons”, reports state, with his contract due to expire at the end of the season.
The move suggests Juric is no longer wanted at the club and is free to negotiate with other clubs.
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Juric, 27, has been with Luzern for some three years having moved there from Roda JC in 2016.
In that time, he has netted 15 goals in 63 appearances.
It has been something of an unhappy season for Juric having started just four games in the league, largely interrupted by injury.
His only goal for the campaign game in a Swiss Cup match against Swiss Challenge League club FC Chiasso.
He was left out of Graham Arnold’s Asian Cup squad having represented the Socceroos at the World Cup just six months earlier under Bert van Marwijk.