Belgian midfielder Laurent Delorge was on the verge of leaving Eredivisie giants Ajax to sign for Greek outfit Panthrakikos, but the deal has collapsed.
Both sides had already reached an agreement about the transfer, however the Greek side failed to meet the versatile player's personal demands.
Delorge was banished to the reserves at Ajax last summer after Marco van Basten's appointment as Ajax boss, together with Kenneth Perez, Albert Luque and Jurgen Colin.
Much to his own dismay, Delorge is still part of the Ajax reserves. The other three players all left Ajax over the course of the past couple of months.
The 29-year-old started his professional career at AA Gent and also played for Coventry City, Lierse, Anderlecht and ADO Den Haag before signing for Ajax in 2007.
Stefan Coerts, Goal.com