The South Sydney Rabbitohs have released Corey Allan from the remaining year of his playing contract to take up an extended deal at another NRL Club.
Allan, Rabbitohs first grade player number 1146, has played 29 NRL games since making his debut for the Rabbitohs in round one, 2019, going on to play State of Origin for Queensland in 2020.
Rabbitohs Head of Football, Mark Ellison, said: “Corey has done a great job for our Club over the past two seasons and he goes to his new Club knowing he has the respect of everyone at Souths.
“His preferred position, and his best position, is fullback and the opportunity to play in that position on a regular basis is not there with us. He feels he will have a better opportunity to play fullback at his new club, on an extended and improved deal than that which he had with us.
“We felt it would be unfair to stand in the way of Corey progressing his career somewhere else, he will always be a Rabbitoh, and we wish him and his partner Teigan all the best for the future.”