Crawley Town Football Club can confirm the departure of sensation striker, Max Watters, who has left the club to join Championship side Cardiff City.
Max joined the Reds alongside Nick Tsaroulla in October and made a spectacular impact right from the get go. Watters scored his first Crawley goal against Arsenal U21 in the Papa John’s Trophy with a composed strike that stamped down his place in the team on arrival.
Max scored an incredible 16 goals in all competitions for the Reds, with 13 coming in League Two, contributing to some crucial results that saw us rise up the table.
Max won the Sky Bet League Two Player of the Month award for December in a red shirt.
Technical Director Erdem Konyar said, “We thank Max for the memorable performances he has given for this football club.
“The deal is a significant element to the financial survival and navigation of this football club. Crawley Town is on the right track and this has to be a catalyst to the philosophy and structure that we are building.
“We must remember the work of John Yems and Lee Bradbury in not only identifying the player, but also the evident successful coaching and development of Max in such a short period.”
Everyone at the club wishes Max all the best at Cardiff and we thank him for his service to Crawley Town FC. Max Watters will be a name that will live in Reds history.