Borussia Mönchengladbach general manager Christian Ziege has announced that US netminder Kasey Keller will not be offered a new deal for next season.
The 37-year old will now run out of contract and is free to find a new club, with MLS a likely landing spot.
Keller had not completely given up the idea of signing an extension, but with the club set for relegation, Ziege opted to turn the page to a new chapter.
"Kasey kept saying he wasn't sure he wanted to play in the second Bundesliga," recalled Foals press officer Markus Aretz.
"He wanted to make a decision after the season, but we had to start making plans whether we would be in the first or second division. They decided to do it without Kasey."
Keller, who has missed the last three matches with a muscle injury in his right leg, could still be in line for one more 'Gladbach appearance.
"Perhaps he will be able to play the last game against Bochum here at Borussia Park, but it's not clear yet," stated Aretz.
The former Millwall, Leicester City, Rayo Vallecano and Tottenham #1 has worked 78 contests for Mönchengladbach since arriving in January of 2005.
Keller helped save 'Gladbach from the drop during his first half season in town, and was selected as team captain after backstopping the club to a 10th place finish last season.