Ajax Cape Town have confirmed that the club has parted ways with midfielder, Koen van de Laak.
Van de Laak who hails from Vught in the Netherlands, was released as his contract is coming to an end, and is set to go on a club-hunt.
The crew previously reported that there could be player movements at Ikamva following their preparations for the upcoming season.
Andre Petim (released), Eleazar Rodgers and Thami Sangweni (Mamelodi Sundowns), Ernesto (Desportivo Muculmana, Mozambique) and Karl Lark will be going back to Santos.
Speaking to the crew, Executive Director, Ari Efstathiou, revealed that all the on-loan players have returned to their respective clubs as per the loan agreement.
"We have decided to keep Nathan Paulse as I told you before, let go of Petim & van de Laak, and some of the players who were here on loan. Lark will going back to his club, Santos. We have been planning ahead for the new season, and all players on loan at Ikamva, will return to their respective clubs."
"Koen had an injury plagued stay at Ikamva, however, when he played he showed his class. He was a senior member of our squad and a great example to our younger players. Petim is still a young keeper and needs game time. We have an abundance of talent in this department, and decided to let him pursue his football career elsewhere." said Efstathiou.