Dundee United have announced that Charlie Telfer has left the club.
The midfielder cost the Tangerines over £200,000 in development fee compensation after being signed from Rangers in June, 2014 but found it difficult to become a regular at Tannadice.
Last season, he was loaned out to Livingston but in the campaign just ended, the 21-year-old made 38 appearances for Ray McKinnon’s side with his last game coming in the Premiership play-off final against Hamilton.
In all, Telfer made 71 appearances and scored six goals for Dundee United.
He said: “I am disappointed that my time at United has come to an end. I have enjoyed being part of this fantastic club and have made many friends on and off the park.
“I wish I could have helped United back into the Premiership, and while I will look back on that with disappointment, I will always remember my time at Tannadice with great fondness and wish the club all the best moving forward.”
Telfer becomes the latest player to leave United in recent days following the departures of long-serving club captain Sean Dillon, Paul Dixon Luis Zwick, Frank van der Struijk and Jordan Garden.