Plymouth Argyle star Graham Carey will be leaving Home Park this summer upon the expiry of his contract, the club have now confirmed.
The Devon club will be hoping for a fresh start next season, with former Bury boss Ryan Lowe looking to reshape his squad after arriving from newly-promoted League One side Bury.
But the Pilgrims’ summer has now got off to a disappointing start, with the club confirming that Graham Carey will be leaving the club, despite being offered fresh terms at Home Park.
Despite an improved offer to remain at Home Park, Graham Carey has decided to move on to another challenge.
2⃣ Player of the Year awards
— Plymouth Argyle FC (@Only1Argyle) June 11, 2019
The 30-year-old signed for Argyle from Ross County in 2015, and has since been a fantastic servant for the Pilgrims, scoring 49 goals in 197 appearances as well as winning two Player of the Year awards.
His six goals and 11 assists were unable to save Argyle from relegation last term.
Here, we take a look at Plymouth fans’ reactions to this emerging piece of news…
— Timbo (@timmypafc) June 11, 2019
— Jamie Sheehan (@JamieSheehan79) June 11, 2019
Good luck my friend and Thank you for entertaining us for the last four years!! ????????⚽️???? #pafc
— Pilgrim Petey (@PilgrimPetey) June 11, 2019
Thanks for the memories Graham. It’s been emotional ???? #pafc
— Argyle Away Days (@ArgyleAwayDays) June 11, 2019
“An improved offer” okay then
— Cal Earl (@CalPAFC) June 11, 2019
We owe that man so much. One of the finest in a long time to pull on a green shirt. Argyle Legend. Thank you Graham.
— Ed Laslett (@EdLaslett) June 11, 2019
End of an era.
— Shaun (@pafcshaun) June 11, 2019
All the best ❤️
— Jack c (@JacChapman17) June 11, 2019
Been an absolutely immense player. Thanks GC10 & good luck.
— Martin Clift (@mart_73) June 11, 2019
In two minds over this. Half of me is absolutely gutted as he's been my favourite player for the past 4 years. Another part of me is amazed we offered him an improved contract after a disappointing season from him last time round so not too fussed he's turned it down.
— Dan Greet (@therealdsg) June 11, 2019
Plymouth, then, will surely look to replace him.