Former Salford Red Devils star Krisnan Inu has left his current club for ‘personal reasons’.
Inu began his career in the NRL before switching codes in 2014 to rugby union.
A return to rugby league beckoned in June 2015 after being signed by Catalans Dragons in June 2015, before Inu signed a two year deal to join the Widnes Vikings in 2017.
A move to the Salford Red Devils came to fruition in 2019, where he played in the 2019 Super League Grand Final defeat by St Helens at Old Trafford as well as the 2020 Challenge Cup Final defeat against Leeds Rhinos.
Inu’s Salford career was seemingly in jeopardy in 2021 after he was fined four weeks salary and suspended from play for two months for social media activity.
The 34-year-old moved back to France – where he enjoyed a stellar spell in his career – at the end of the 2021 Super League season to join FC Lezignan ahead of the 2022 Elite One campaign.
However, Treize Mondial has revealed that Inu didn’t play for the French club at the weekend after registering six appearances and has now left the club.
Inu has over 1,100 points to his name in almost 250 career games.