Queens Park Rangers have been discussing the Moroccan's release on social media.
He's been loved by many, with plenty hating him in equal measure. Rarely has any player ever split opinion as much as the Moroccan, in fact. And that's in a side that contained Joey Barton...
That trend, meanwhile, looks as though it will continue following QPR's release of the 26-year-old, as reported by the Daily Mail. As ever with the skilful forward, R's fans are completely divided on the decision to let Taarabt go.
Plenty still look back fondly on the player who tore the Championship to shreds as QPR got promoted. A lot of them will argue Taarabt wasn't given a fair chance in the Premier League. The opposite side of the argument, however, raises the issue of the Moroccan's attitude and lack of discipline. For the exponents of this one, he won't be missed.
Some are undecided, both praising the ex-QPR man and criticising him at the same time. There will certainly be memories of the 26-year-old's spell with the R's - good and bad. Here's how fans reacted on Twitter to the news he has been released:
adel taarabt is without a doubt the best player i've witnessed and most likely will ever witness in a qpr shirt. gutted he's left us :( #qpr— brett davidson (@brettdavidson94) June 11, 2015
Only at QPR would we boot out Adel Taarabt then try and sign wannabe rudeboy gangster Raval Morrison. No thanks. #QPR— Mark Coughlan (@MarkCoughlan) June 11, 2015
I feel like I've said goodbye to Taarabt at least twice now so, in his memory, I can't be bothered to try again. #QPR— Richard Norris (@richardnorris75) June 11, 2015
Ah Adel Taarabt, nothing splits #QPR fans more! Personally I loved him in the championship winning season but have grown to loath him since— Lu (@Lucille_24) June 11, 2015
So Adel Taarabt is finally on his way out of #QPR. The most brilliantly frustrating player I've ever seen. Thanks for the (good) memories— Chris Rodgers (@iamCRo) June 11, 2015