BY ZULHILMI ZAINAL Follow on Twitter
Selangor have parted ways with Australian centre back Robert Cornthwaite, the media reported.
According to the Red Giants' manager Amirudin Shari, the decision was made due to Cornthwaite's recurring injury and poor form.
The 30-year old had joined Selangor at the start of the 2015 season, and was almost dropped at the end of the season despite playing well for the side. However fans' backlash forced Selangor to cancel that decision.
Apart from the decision to axe Cornthwaite, Selangor are also reportedly close to returning loan striker Patrick Wleh to PKNS. If this were true, the Red Giants have less than two weeks to find two new foreign players.
The Panthers on Friday announced that Australian defender Brent Griffiths will be leaving the club on mutual termination.
According to the statement, the defender has made the request so he could continue his career back in Australia.
The 26-year old had only joined the side at the start of this season.
The club, whose CEO Bojan Hodak had said that they are only looking to change their local player line up during this transfer window, will now have to look for Griffiths's replacement.
The Turtes have reportedly found the replacement for Juan Jose Morales, whose contract had been terminated around two weeks earlier.
They have signed 28-year old Montenegrin striker Bogdan Milić earlier this week.
The towering 2.02 m striker had played for ADO Den Haag, Suwon FC and last played for Spanish second division side Osasuna.