Bulldogs Have To Shed Some Players To Become Cap Compliant - And There's A Rumour That A Big Name Recruit Is Checking Out Other Options

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Natalie Shoebridge

4 August 2017

Natalie Shoebridge

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Speaking on Triple M's Dead Set Legends, Triple M and the Australian's Brent Read has revealed that the Bulldogs will have to cut some players to bring themselves under the cap.

While Kieran Foran and Aaron Woods are the most recent additions to the side for 2018, it will be other members of the squad who will be cut loose in order to comply with requirements when the salary cap amount is settled.

"They've gone out and bought Kieran Foran and Aaron Woods, so I don't think they were necessarily banking on $10 million - they were banking on a figure much further beyond that," Ready said.

"Their contracts will not be registered until they get under the salary cap.

"As I understand it, the Dogs have spoken today to Kieran Foran's management and Aaron Woods' management, and both of those blokes are still saying that they're committed to the club."

While there was originally talk that Woods and Foran would be casualties in the Bulldogs' attempt to get under the cap, this was dispelled during the week.

However, Ready said that there were still rumours saying otherwise.

"I heard a rumour this week that Kieran Foran's management was actually ringing other clubs," he said.

"As it stands right now, they will have to shed some players."

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