Sutton United have cancelled Jessy Reindorf's contract by mutual consent, allowing the striker to return home to France.

The 23-year-old joined United in the summer, going on to score six Vanarama Conference South goals despite missing game-time through injury. 

Reindorf was also at the centre of a health scare when he collapsed at training two weeks ago, although he has since been given the all clear.

Doswell said: "Jessy and I spoke this week, he said he wanted to France and we agreed it was probably for the best.

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"He's been homesick, and was on the bench at Bromley behind Billy Medlock and Jamie White, and maybe he thought that was it.

"We knew he was a raw talent when we took him on, and he has shown signs that he can be a quality player, but he has also shown signs that he can be a pub player."

Meanwhile, Doswell has also allowed Kane Haysman to join Eastbourne Borough.

"I know it's a decision that fans will be disappointed with as Kane was a popular player," Doswell said.

"But in truth he had not quite been doing it for us, and he is another name off the wage bill."