Aaron Greene, Ronan Coughlan, and Cory Galvin have departed Bray Wanderers just two days after the Seagulls were forced to make their squad up for transfer, the club has announced.
On Tuesday, Bray revealed that they would be listening to offers for their players due to the club’s inability to pay their wages until the end of the season.
“The situation could change overnight but until such time as it does, we will listen to offers and make decisions on a case by case basis,” club chairman Gerry Mulvey said in a statement.
This afternoon, the club announced that Ronan Coughlan, Cory Galvin, and Aaron Greene would all be leaving the club in the first instance of a potential exodus from the club.
“Aaron Greene, Ronan Coughlan and Cory Galvin have all departed the club. We wish them all the best with their new clubs. We’re sorry to see them go but, as stated previously, it wouldn’t be fair to stand in their way,” the club said on Twitter.
— A Game Of Two Halves (@gametwohalves) July 6, 2018
Coughlan and Galvin both leave having signed for the club in January, while Greene could be set for a move to Shamrock Rovers.