Winger Randy Wolters has left Dundee to join Dutch side NEC.
The 28-year-old still had another year on his deal at Dens Park but the two parties have come to a mutual agreement meaning Wolters could leave for pastures new.
He has now penned a two-year deal with Dutch second tier side NEC (Nijmegen Eendracht Combinatie).
Wolters previously told of his struggles with homesickness having played all of his career in the Netherlands before joining Dundee last summer.
He made 16 appearances for the Dark Blues.
Before the move in a press conference today, McCann said: “Randy moving on is a possibility.
“He’s very frustrated he didn’t feature more. When he came in I thought he would be a real success for us but that happens where players maybe don’t hit the ground running.
“It doesn’t make them a bad player, doesn’t make them a bad guy, it just didn’t work out last season.
“He’s actually started the pre-season really, really well.”
On signing for NEC he told the club website: “I am very happy to be back in the Netherlands.”
“I have always found NEC a nice club and I think that with my way of playing I can bring something that people like to see here.“