“I wanted to end my time with Kilmarnock in the best way possible and I’m pleased the club will benefit financially from me moving on before my contract expires" said the 25-year-old.
A life-changing move forStuart Findlay
before the end of his contract toPhiladelphia Union
on a 2-year contract was completed.Kilmarnock
will be receiving an undisclosed fee for the 25-year-old, who made almost 150 appearances for the team.
“It’s a life changing move for me, my fiancee and my family with a new way of life and at this stage of my career this was an opportunity that I couldn’t turn down.
“I wanted to end my time with Kilmarnock in the best way possible and I’m pleased the club will benefit financially from me moving on before my contract expires.
“It’s a move that is right for all parties and I’m glad that the fans have been understanding about everything.
“To be able to share some of the moments and goals that I’ve scored with the fans – it’s impossible not to hold the club dear to your heart.
“I’ll miss the football, the supporters and the people around the club who I’ve shared these great years with.”
then wished him the best to experience in the future and declared the club's reason for this action:
“We didn’t want to lose Stuart but with his contract expiring in a few months, it is a good deal for the club and presents Stuart with a new and exciting challenge in his career,” Fowler said.
“We were prepared for the possibility of losing Stuart and were proactive in the January window by bringing Zech Medley in on loan to make sure that we weren’t left short in defence.
“Stuart has enjoyed many good moments here and has been a great ambassador for the club and we wish him all the very best for the future.”