Full back Brent Webb will leave Leeds at the end of the season after rejecting the club’s offer of a new deal.
Chief executive Gary Hetherington said: “Having had discussions with Brent, we understand he is keen to try and secure a two year contract in Super League for next season. We are not in a position to offer him that and therefore we have granted him permission to speak to other clubs about next season and beyond.”
The Kiwi international has scored 86 tries in a hugely successful spell at the club, where he has picked up four Grand Final winners rings.
He was linked with a move away from Headingley last season, but signed a new one year deal at the club.
Webb said: “It was a very difficult decision to decide to move on from Leeds Rhinos at the end of the season but as a professional player you know that eventually that day will come. I have had some fantastic times here in Leeds, in my family’s life and not just on the rugby field however I will take all those memories with me when I move on.”