Morgan Amalfitano leaves West Ham after fall-out with manager Slaven Bilic

West Ham midfielder Morgan Amalfitano has left the club after falling out with manager Slaven Bilic.

Amalfitano, who moved to Upton Park from Marseille 13 months ago, has not made a Premier League appearance under the new Hammers boss but featured in four games of the Europa League preliminary rounds in July.

Bilic revealed in August he had disciplined Amalfitano for "a breach of rules," and the Frenchman has not played since.

"I would just say that my first and foremost job is to protect the whole team -- myself, the staff and players," the Croatian said at the time.

"If I see anything or anyone threatening to harm the atmosphere and transgress those rules, then it has to be stopped."

West Ham said in a statement on Tuesday that the player had left the club "by mutual consent."

The statement added: "The Hammers would like to thank Morgan for his efforts during his time with the club and wish him well in his future career."

Amalfitano joined West Ham in the summer of 2014 following a season on loan at West Brom and made 32 appearances for the club, scoring three goals.