Dutch daily Algeemen Dagblad has learned that Twente have passed on the opportunity to sign midfielder Evander Sno.
The 26-year-old has been training with the Tukkers for a couple of weeks, but the coaching staff ultimately opted not to recruit the midfielder.
Evander Sno has been a free agent since leaving NEC Nijmegen shortly after suffering a second heart attack on the pitch.
He had previously suffered a heart attack while at Ajax in 2010, and it was from that moment that his career started taking the wrong turn.
Sno was first loaned to Bristol City, where he scored 3 goals in 24 Championship games, before joining RKC Waalwijk on a free transfer.
Despite impressing in his first season at the club, the midfielder was allowed to sign for NEC Nijmegen the following summer, where he made 7 Eredivisie appearances and scored 2 goals.
Even with the summer window closed, Sno still has time to find a new club as free agents can be registered outside the transfer window.