Kieran Foran has reportedly walked out on NRL club Parramatta.
Foran joined the club on a $5 million contract at the end of last season from Manly, but has had a tumultuous 2016.
The international five-eighth, who has suffered a season-ending injury while dealing with personal issues, has left the club and taken indefinite leave from the NRL, News Corp reports.
Foran’s troubled season includes being stripped of the Eels captaincy after he was issued a breach notice and fined for failing to fulfil his rehabilitation duties during his recovery his shoulder injury.
The New Zealand Test pivot signed a $4.8 million four-year deal to play for the Eels.
But he has managed to play just nine games.
Foran reportedly told coach Brad Arthur he wanted out of the embattled club on Thursday morning.
It continues a disastrous season for the Eels who have been docked 12 competition points, stripped of its Auckland Nines title, had five senior officials suspended and fined $1.25 million for systematic salary-cap breaches.
Their star winger Semi Radradra has been charged with domestic violence offences as speculation continues that he is making a move to French rugby.