Luke Foley has played his last game for West Coast, with the Eagles on Monday advising he won’t receive a new contract.
Foley, 23, was drafted with pick 31 back in 2018 and has played 32 games for the club, including 16 last year.
But after a solid block of appearances earlier in 2023, Foley played just once after Round 13 and hasn’t been offered a new deal.
Footy boss Gavin Bell confirmed the news in a statement, stating Foley is surplus to West Coast’s future plans.
“Unfortunately, in this industry decisions are made on players’ careers at about this time every year,” Bell told the club’s website.
“We have just begun the process of making some tough calls and we have advised Luke that we do not see him as part of the future.
“He has been a solid contributor in the last five years and has certainly created some strong relationships within the club. We wish Luke every success for whatever the future holds.”
Reports suggested last week that Isiah Winder had too been delisted.
Luke Shuey, Shannon Hurn and Nic Naitanui also won’t go on after announcing their retirement during the year.
West Coast currently holds five picks inside 54 at the 2023 AFL Draft.