Jermaine Easter: Millwall cancel striker's contract

Jermaine Easter (right) battles for the ball with Craig Morgan
Jermaine Easter (right) scored four goals in 33 appearances for Millwall after signing permanently in 2013

Championship strugglers Millwall have cancelled the contract of striker Jermaine Easter.

The 32-year-old, who joined permanently in the summer of 2013, had scored one goal in 11 appearances this season.

The Wales international is the third player to leave The Den this month after having his deal terminated.

Defender Paul Robinson and midfielder Josh Wright have also departed as manager Ian Holloway looks to remodel his squad in a bid to avoid relegation.

"I would like to wish everyone at Millwall the very best for the remainder of the season and hopefully they can retain their Championship status," Easter told the club website.

"The manager is trying to bring new faces in to help achieve that goal, so I fully understand the situation."

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