Yeovil Town defender Shaun Donnellan appears to have left the club. The former West Bromwich Albion Academy player had been under contract at Huish Park until the end of the 2018-19 season, but has posted a tweet today, stating that Saturday's match against Bury was his last match for the club.
Donnellan has only played in one match since the November 2018 FA Cup First Round match against Stockport County, and was dropped from the line-up following a mix-up between him and goalkeeper Nathan Baxter for the third goal of the game. He got a surprise recall for Saturday's match, but it would appear that the club and Donnellan have agreed to terminate his deal with the Glovers. Donnellan tweeted:
"My last game playing for Yeovil town was on Saturday. Wish the lads and the fans all the best in the future."
Shaun Donnellan's farewell message
At the time of writing, the club have not confirmed his exit. However, it would appear to be the fifth departure from Huish Park during January, with Wes McDonald, Enes Mahmoutovic, Omari Patrick and Olufela Olomola having all left the building.
Overall Shaun played 24 times for Yeovil Town, scoring one goal. The best of luck to him in the future.
Update: This departure has now been confirmed by Yeovil Town. It is described as 'by mutual consent' meaning that some sort of severance package will have been agreed to tear up the remaining six months of his contract.