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Monday, 22 July 2019

Bulldogs desperate to offload Foran


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The Canterbury Bulldogs are looking to ship out halfback Kieran Foran from the club in an attempt to free up some money, with the club looking to offload the playmaker's $1.2 million salary.

According to Nine's Danny Weidler, the club is so desperate to get rid of the Kiwi that they're willing to pay $500,000 of his wages to soften the blow.

The 29-year-old has been plagued by injuries in recent years and remains contracted until the end of 2020.

He's played just 10 games for the Bulldogs this year after persistent injuries have kept him off the field.

Kieran Foran was injured during the Bulldogs' win over Cronulla

Foran and his manager have denied the claims.

The move could open the door for the Bulldogs to welcome back Josh Reynolds, who has struggled for form under the guidance of Michael Maguire.

The Sea Eagles have been touted as a potential home for the ex-Sea Eagles star but the club is battling salary cap sanctions forcing them to drop out of the race according to Many coach Des Hasler.

“We’re no chance with the cap,” said Hasler.

“We’ve already got sanctions and we’re just getting over that. I’m sure he’ll land somewhere, but it won’t be in the maroon and white.”

The Canterbury Bulldogs are looking to ship out halfback Kieran Foran from the club in an attempt to free up some money, with the club looking to offload the playmaker's $1.2 million salary.

According to Nine's Danny Weidler, the club is so desperate to get rid of the Kiwi that they're willing to pay $500,000 of his wages to soften the blow.

The 29-year-old has been plagued by injuries in recent years and remains contracted until the end of 2020.

He's played just 10 games for the Bulldogs this year after persistent injuries have kept him off the field.

Kieran Foran was injured during the Bulldogs' win over Cronulla

Foran and his manager have denied the claims.

The move could open the door for the Bulldogs to welcome back Josh Reynolds, who has struggled for form under the guidance of Michael Maguire.

The Sea Eagles have been touted as a potential home for the ex-Sea Eagles star but the club is battling salary cap sanctions forcing them to drop out of the race according to Many coach Des Hasler.

“We’re no chance with the cap,” said Hasler.

“We’ve already got sanctions and we’re just getting over that. I’m sure he’ll land somewhere, but it won’t be in the maroon and white.”

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