Wales international Jazz Richards is leaving Cardiff Metropolis and has performed his final activity for the Bluebirds.
Defender Richards, 29, posted on social media it was “time to say goodbye” to the club he joined in 2016.
The 14-cap international was dominated out of the Bluebirds’ 2- earn from Leeds and will go away the club on 30 June.
“Jazz is not accessible for us now but my partnership with him is class,” Cardiff boss Neil Harris stated. “I completely recognize the placement he is in.”
The complete-back produced 57 appearances for Cardiff soon after becoming a member of from Fulham, supporting the aspect to advertising to the Leading League in 2018 underneath Neil Warnock.
Nonetheless, Harris claims he has mentioned with the defender the have to have for a clean commence as he seems to be to recapture the sort that created him a vital member of Wales’ Euro 2016 squad.
“We have experienced lots of a chat around the months absent by about his long term and the simple fact it in all probability lies in other places,” Harris said.
“So I am not massively amazed [he’s decided to leave the club]. If he was healthy, did he want to participate in? Yes. We have arrive to a joint-final decision, mainly because he is not match at the moment and demands to consider about where he goes next.
“He leaves on 30 June with our complete guidance and comprehension and we wish him the best going forward.”
Writing on Instagram, Richards claimed: “End Of An Period. It can be time to say goodbye to Cardiff City FC.
“It really is been a single hell of a journey with a whole lot of highs and a large amount of lows but most of all a good encounter.
“I have satisfied a large amount of terrific persons along the way and folks I can connect with good friends for lifetime.
“It is been a roller-coaster of a trip for me, but one detail I can never ever question and will always be grateful for is the ongoing belief and help from (Cardiff) admirers I will normally appreciate you. The chapter finishes but the story carries on. Thank you.”