Bulldogs front-rower David Klemmer has spoken out on the salary cap crisis at the club, conceding that he's willing to walk away from Canterbury to help free up salary space.

The 24-year-old said it would be tough, but he'd be willing to make the "ultimate sacrifice" to help the Bulldogs get out of their sticky salary cap situation.

"It would be hard for me but if it was to help the club and they needed help I would [leave the club] but it would be very hard for me to do," he told Nine News' Danny Weidler.

“It wouldn’t be my choice and it would be a tough time for me, but that’s rugby league now. “It’s a business.”

The Bulldogs have already had to offload some big names, including Aaron woods and Moses Mbye. Others are set to follow as rumours circle about the Morris brothers' potential departure from the club.

While Klemmer will honour whatever the club decides to do, if he had it his way, he'd stay with the team.

“I want to stay through these tough times and I want to get through it as a club,” Klemmer said.


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