Istanbul, Turkey – Galatasaray and striker Milan Baros have agreed to part ways by mutual consent, it was announced on Wednesday.
The Czech Republic forward has been with the Turkish side since 2008 after joining from Lyon, and he led the Turkish league in scoring in his first campaign.
However, the arrival of former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba in January has cast doubt over the future of Baros, who has also spent time with Liverpool and Aston Villa as well.
"The two parties have reached the best solution in the current situation," Baros' agent, Pavel Paska, wrote on the player's website. "Now we can sit down with Milan and consider his footballing future."
Baros made over 90 appearances for the Czech Republic before retiring from the international game following his participation in Euro 2012.