Former Coventry City midfielder Ben Stevenson looks set to be moving on to pastures news this summer.
Stevenson is out-of-contract at current club Colchester United and when the League Two outfit announced their retained list in May, he was one of the players said to be “still awaiting discussions and/or decisions” regarding his future.
However, now the 24-year-old has appeared to announce his departure on social media.
He posted on Twitter: “1st game to my last… just wanted to say thank you to @ColU_Official and all the fans for the past 3 years.
“Thoroughly enjoyed my time and made some friends and memories for life, I wish nothing but the best for the club.”
Stevenson started his career at Coventry and made 48 appearances before joining Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2018.
He had spells on loan at Colchester and Spanish side Jumilla, before returning to Essex on a permanent basis in January 2019.
In total, he made nearly 100 appearances for League Two outfit Colchester in all competitions.
Stevenson has been linked with a move to League One side Doncaster Rovers.
Colchester released 11 senior players at the end of the 2020-21 campaign, not including Stevenson.
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They were Josh Bohui, Jevani Brown, Callum Coulter, Paris Cowan-Hall, Luke Gambin, Callum Harriott, Tom Lapslie, Harry Pell, Courtney Senior, Omar Sowunmi and Diaz Wright.
New Colchester head coach Hayden Mullins said at the time: “There’s not many we’re retaining for next season and there is an exciting opportunity for some new players to come in. There’s going to be a fair bit of movement this year.
“It’s a great opportunity to get some really good players in the door. There’s a lot of work that’s been going on behind the scenes – and it’s not just the last week, it’s been happening for a while.
“We’ve got our targets, we want to get the right ones, the key ones, and we want to make it happen.”