The end of the transfer window is fast approaching, but there are still some former SPFL players available for nothing.

Teams up and down the country have moved for talent this summer. Most teams have finished their business for the window, although teams will always open the doors for the right player.

These four former SPFL stars are still without a club (Photo by AMA/Corbis via Getty Images)

Here are four former SPFL stars who are still in need of a new home and are without a club.

Kyle Lafferty

Lafferty has been without a club since leaving Rangers earlier this window. He moved to Ibrox last summer following a 19 goal haul for Hearts the year previous, becoming their top scorer.

He recently told the Daily Record that Hearts would be his ‘ideal’ club. With the forward department at Tynecastle struggling to deliver, Craig Levein may want to consider his former talisman’s services.

Available for nothing. (Photo By David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile via Getty Images)

A reliable scorer on his day, most teams outside the top two would take the Northern Irishman.

Efe Ambrose

The Nigerian left Hibs in January for Derby County. The move was a disaster, failing to make an appearance for the Rams and subsequently being released at the end of the season.

He hasn’t found a home since although plenty of Premiership teams would take him. Aberdeen need to strengthen their defensive department, whilst Kilmarnock look like they need another quality defender.

Could Ambrose find a home in Scotland? (Photo by MB Media/Getty Images)

The ex-Hibs cult hero could do the trick.

Youssouf Mulumbu

A former Celtic and Kilmarnock midfielder, it was the latter where Mulumbu shone over two spells. His energetic pressing and hard tackling made Killie tick, especially in his first stint at the club.

After finishing a loan at Rugby Park last term, he faced the axe at Parkhead. He’s been looking for a club since his involvement with Congo at the African Cup of Nations.

Available for nothing. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Foot RDC recently reported that teams in France were eyeing him up.

Ross McCormack

When the former Motherwell and Rangers forward returned to Fir Park, the player that was going for millions down south just a short while ago looked finished.

After a disastrous move to Aston Villa, several loan spells away from Villa Park failed to rejuvenate McCormack’s career. A loan spell back to Motherwell last term really finished him, proving to be one of the most disappointing signings of last season.

McCormack was disappointing on his North Lanarkshire return. (Photo by Malcolm Couzens/Getty Images)

His fitness and attitude have been called into question many times. If anybody watched him at Fir Park during his cameo appearances last term, they’ll know that McCormack’s career at the top is finished.

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