The 26-year-old has advised the Saints of his desire to return home to South Australia.
St Kilda forward Terry Milera has advised the club of his desire to return home to South Australia at the end of 2014, citing personal reasons.
The 26-year-old has kicked 31 goals in 30 games since he made his debut in round one, 2012.
Milera is contracted until the end of 2015, however the Saints announced in a statement that they would let him go subject to a “satisfactory trade” being completed.
St Kilda head of football Chris Pelchen said while the Saints were disappointed in losing Milera, the club was understanding of his decision.
“We are sorry that Terry is likely to move on from the Saints at the end of the season but we fully appreciate the personal reasons contributing to his decision,” Pelchen said.
“Terry has shown that he is a player of some ability and we will endeavour to seek a satisfactory trade for the mutual benefit of both him and the club.”
Milera will play with St Kilda’s alignment team, Sandringham, in this weekend’s VFL elimination final against Collingwood at Victoria Park.