Although both parties have signed a confidentiality agreement, Chiles
and ITV are said to be happy with his payoff, which took nearly two months of tough talking by lawyers.
, 48, was only six months into his two-year deal.
at well-stocked grocery stores and Latino markets.
It was another example of how Chiles
fitted uncomfortably in the role of ITV's lead football anchor.
was the subject of a Facebook campaign to have him removed from ITV's football coverage after last year's World Cup, and last summer it was announced he was being given a much bigger role on BBC Radio Five Live as a presenter.
A legal wrangle is thought to be ongoing because the decision for Chiles
to leave comes halfway through his two-year contract worth PS1million.
The move marks an unwanted hattrick for Chiles
, who was dropped from ITV's doomed breakfast show Daybreak, along with Christine Bleakley, in 2011.
(who, irrelevantly but quite interestingly, is looking increasingly like Bungle out of Rainbow these days) clearly believes his primary role is to put himself in the shoes of the average viewer, which seems laudable enough but simply doesn't work.
added: "I'm trying to get building work done at the moment, quite seriously.
, 45, told the Radio Times that they jumped into a "fast-flowing river" in the town, in just their swimming trunks.
Yesterday it was reported that former Doctor Who star Tate, 44, and Birminghamborn Chiles
, 45, have been dating for several months.
It is understood that both Bleakley, 32, who is engaged to footballer Frank Lampard, and West Bromwich Albion fan Chiles
, 44, have been told of the decision.
The Mexican City native, who now lives in New York City, spoke to Reuters about chiles
, the complexity of Mexican sauces and what it is like working for rock musician Carlos Santana:
DURING the three years they presented The One Show, Adrian Chiles
and Christine Bleakley made the early evening programme a ratings success; his wry style and her sunny demeanour proving a winning combination.
ITV's new breakfast show got off to a lively start with a mixture of serious items, features and banter between presenters Adrian Chiles
and Christine Bleakley.