Adam Walker leaves Salford Red Devils after ‘change in his personal circumstances’
Salford Red Devils have parted company with prop Adam Walker because of what the team refers to as a”shift in his own situation”.
Both parties have reached a mutual arrangement that sees Walker depart immediate effect to the AJ Bell Stadium.
Salford also stated that the 29-year-old will”continue to get the club’s service during this transition”.
The Scotland international hasn’t featured this year but played 26 times to St Helens in Old Trafford, including last season’s Grand Final defeat for the Red Devils.
Walker, who played 100 days for Hull KR and has also featured for Huddersfield Giants, St Helens and Wakefield Trinity, combined Salford at March 2019 later serving a 20-month suspension enforced by UK Anti-Doping after testing positive for cocaine usage while playing Trinity at July 2017.
Salford’s next match is at home to Leeds Rhinos on Saturday.