The future of Reading midfielder Danny Williams remains uncertain following the announcement of the EFL’s released players list, reports The Reading Chronicle.
The United States international has been at the Berkshire outfit since 2013 following an impressive two-year stint at Hoffenheim, and he has since gone on to play 156 times for the Royals, netting 14 goals in the process.
And last season saw the 28-year-old play a vital role in helping Jaap Stam’s men reach the Championship play-off final, and he was arguably Reading’s best player in the showpiece at Wembley although was unable to help his side get over the line, as they lost to Huddersfield Town on penalties.
And his future has been subject to much talk in recent times, and his stay at the Madejski Stadium has been plunged into further doubt after he was included on the club’s released list, as announced by the EFL on Tuesday.
Although the club have offered the central midfielder a new deal to remain at Reading, that was believed to have been offered a while ago, and he has still yet to agree to that.
And with reports linking him with a move to David Wagner’s Terriers, his future at the Madejski Stadium is far from certain, and the announcement of the released list now confirms him as a free agent.
Thus, it’s plausible that the Reading fans have seen Williams in the blue and white hoops for the final time, and given his industry, passion, and desire to do well for the team, he’d be a huge loss if he were to leave the club this summer.
Reading fans… what do you make of the news? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!