The tweet led to a response from many fans of the R’s who shared their thoughts on Kelly’s departure…
“All the best Liam, performed really well when given the chance for us but happy to see him now get some first-team football and get that deserved Scotland spot. Go smash it! Always an R”
“Good luck Liam lad, we will all remember that penalty save against Leeds.”
“Good for Liam to have the opportunity to start at Motherwell. Was not going to get much time on pitch for us. Good luck Liam.”
“Thanks Liam. Good luck in the future!”
“Don’t blame you for wanting to play. Good luck in the frozen North”
“Good luck Liam and thank you. Very best of wishes.”
Judging by the responses to QPR’s tweet, fans of the R’s understand Kelly’s decision to leave and all wish him the best of luck for the rest of his career.
Kelly joins Motherwell on a permanent deal having spent the second half of last season with them on loan, where he made 18 Premiership appearances and kept six clean sheets.
The 25-year-old leaves Queens Park Rangers after two years with the club following his arrival from Livingston in 2019. The Scot made 22 appearances during his time with the Hoops and kept three clean sheets against Leeds, Nottingham Forest and Swansea.