Bobby-Joe Taylor is the latest player to leave Dover Athletic.
Taylor, who has had his contract cancelled by mutual consent, joined as a winger but proved an effective left-back for the Whites.
He made 61 appearances in all competitions following his arrival from Bromley in November 2018, scoring twice, including a marvellous free-kick in a 2-2 draw with Notts County last season.
Dover made all their players available on free transfers earlier this month after they declined a 20% pay cut.
Chairman Jim Parmenter made the request with the club struggling financially in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Taylor, 25, is the third player to leave in a week, following Nassim L’Ghoul and Lee Worgan out of Crabble.
A Whites statement said: “We wish him all the best for the future and thank him for his efforts while with us.”