Wigan Athletic midfielder Gary Roberts has confirmed his departure from the League One membership and admitted it has been ‘heartbreaking’ to see what has occurred this yr with the membership hit by administration and relegation.
The Latics have been relegated from the Championship after having 12 factors deducted from their whole on account of coming into administration.
A takeover of the membership by unnamed Spanish bidders is presently in progress with paperwork handed to the EFL.
Roberts, 36, joined the DW Stadium membership in 2017 from Portsmouth and has gone on to play 66 instances for the Latics in all competitions, scoring three objectives.
The midfielder penned a short-term take care of the membership in September.
However taking to Twitter, he has now confirmed his time with the Latics has now come to an finish.
He posted: “So my three and a half years at Wigan are up. The place the membership is in on the minute with not allowed to signal gamers due to being in administration, so I’ll be leaving and on the lookout for a brand new membership.
“I’ve cherished each minute of taking part in for the membership, we’ve had so many nice nights. It’s been heartbreaking to see what’s occurred to (the) membership and squad over previous couple of months with no fault of our personal.
“Most likely (the) hardest factor I’ve needed to undergo in my profession.
“So stick collectively and maintain combating in your membership.
“See you quickly, Robbo.”
His earlier golf equipment additionally embody Huddersfield City, Swindon City, Ipswich City, Chesterfield and Accrington Stanley.
Roberts’ ultimate look for Wigan proved to be within the 3-2 defeat to Gillingham in League One in mid-September.