American international Robbie Rogers has left Leeds United by mutual consent.
The 25-year-old, who joined the Whites a year ago after a successful trial period, was made available for transfer at the start of the season and he has signed contract cancellation papers.
Robbie started just one game for the club since arriving from Columbus Crew and made three further appearances as a substitute.
A head injury ruled him out for a period last season before an ankle injury curtailed his campaign early.
Rogers spent part of last summer working with LA Galaxy as part of his re-hab and on his return to United he scored his first goal of pre-season in the 5-2 win at Farsley.
After being placed on the transfer list, he joined Stevenage on loan and he made nine appearances for the League One club.
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