Previous Arsenal pair Alex Song and Johan Djourou, just as seven of their partners, had their agreements ended by Swiss Club FC Sion due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The nine players denied the transitory joblessness terms offered by the club with the Super League delayed until April 30 because of the progressing flare-up, Swiss news office ATS guaranteed.
Sion's leader Christian Constantin has chosen to tear up the arrangements following the players dismissed his estimates including less preparing and a pay top.
Ex-Switzerland universal Djourou and previous Cameroon midfielder Song are joined by Pajtim Kasami, Ermir Lenjani, Xavier Kouassi, Seydou Doumbia, Mickael Facchinetti, Christian Zock, Birama Ndoye in leaving the double cross Swiss heroes.
Switzerland has enlisted somewhere in the range of 3,800 instances of Coronavirus, including 33 passings making the little Alpine nation of 8.5 million individuals one of the hardest-hit by the pandemic contrasted with its populace size.