Jack Price, a former Wolves midfielder, has departed the Colorado Rapids after six years with the club. The 30-year-old midfielder from Shrewsbury came through the Wolves system and went on to make 112 appearances for the Molineux club.
He was a fan favorite throughout his tenure at Wolves, and he helped the club win the League One title in 2013/14.
In January 2018, he departed Molineux for the United States and joined with the Rapids, where he played over 120 times.
He damaged his Achilles tendon in March. Tendon in his right leg, which forced him to miss the rest of the season.
The midfielder, who was captain for four of his six years, announced his resignation on social media.
“Thank you Colorado Rapids fans, my family and I have had the best six years,” he stated.
“The love and support shown to us from the beginning has been outstanding.”
“I wish the lads every success in the future; it has been an honor and immense pride to captain this club for four years.” Pricey, cheers.”