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Reading learn fate of player after key update

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Reading captain Paul McShane has announced that he will leave the club in the summer, after four years at the Madejski Stadium.

The defender made 103 appearances for the Royals, scoring four goals, but only made five appearances for the club this season.

The centre-back joined Reading on a three-year deal in 2015 after he was released by Hull City and signed a one-year contract extension two years later.

The 33-year-old posted this message on his personal Instagram account, confirming that his time with Reading has come to an end and thanking fans for their continued support throughout his time with the club.

McShane described it as an honour to captain the club for four years and said that he had learnt a lot from his time at the club both on and off the pitch.

Reading finished 20th in the Championship table this season, seven points above the relegation zone and will be targeting a better finish next campaign.

The Verdict:

McShane has been an important player for Reading over the past few seasons and I’m sure fans will be sad to see him leave the club.

The clearly has a special relationship with the club and its supporters, so it is nice to see him post this message to thank them.


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