Rob Green to leave Huddersfield

Goalkeeper Rob Green will leave Huddersfield after the club decided against offering him a new contract.

The Terries announced on Friday its retained list of players for the 2018/19 season but Green, along with five other players, has not been offered a new deal.

The 38-year-old joined Huddersfield last summer on a free after spending a season with Championship side Leeds. He left QPR in July 2016 where he had made 119 appearances in four years.

Green was picked in England’s opening match in the 2010 World Cup, however, an error which led to USA’s equaliser saw him dropped for the rest of the tournament.

He was brought back into the squad for Euro 2012 under Roy Hodgson but was not used. He made his first international appearance since the South Africa World Cup in a 1-0 win over Norway in a friendly.

Huddersfield confirmed last week Dean Whitehead is retiring to move into a coaching role and the club has also taken up its option to extend striker Jordy Hiwula’s contract into next season.

“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, a statement read on their website.

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