Robert Green will be leaving Huddersfield Town when his contract is up this summer. The Terriers, who released their retained list on Friday, have decided not to offer the 38-year-old goalkeeper a new deal, and he will be among six players who make their way out.
Green joined the Terriers on a free transfer last summer after spending a season playing for Leeds United, but is already heading for the exit after only making a single League Cup appearance.
'What a waste – bring him home!' Leeds United fans react to Huddersfield releasing Rob Green 301— this is leeds united (@thisisleedsutd) May 18, 2018
"Former England international Green will not be offered a new contract and will now leave the Club," Huddersfield announced on their official website.
Green is one of three senior players who are out of contract this year, with Dean Whitehead and Jordy Hiwula being the other two. Unlike the stopper, though, Hiwula has had his deal extended for another season, while Whitehead will be joining the coaching staff.
Huddersfield Town retained list— West Yorkshire Sport (@WYSdaily) May 18, 2018
Rob Green leaves #htafc
Jordy Hiwula contract extended
Dean Whitehead retires
New deals: Rekeil Pyke, Romoney Crichlow-Noble, Rarmani Edmonds-Green,
Leaving: Dylan Cogill, Cameron Taylor, Jack Boyle, Denilson Carvalho, Luca Colville. pic.twitter.com/qF5Stto0kF
The Terriers have also announced that defenders Dylan Cogill and Cameron Taylor and midfielders Jack Boyle, Denilson Carvalho and Luca Colville are on their way out as well.
"The Club would like to thank all six departing players for their hard work and contribution and wishes them all the best for the future," they continued.
Green, meanwhile, may sign for another club this summer. But there's also the option of retirement. At the moment, it is unclear what he plans to do.