Jarryd Hayne may have played his last game for Gold Coast after being ruled out of tonight's NRL clash with former club Parramatta.
The Titans board will reportedly meet today to determine whether to sack coach Neil Henry and dump Hayne after another tumultuous week at the club.
The Gold Coast board met for three hours on Monday to discuss much publicised talk of a feud between Hayne and Henry but deferred a decision until next week.
Pressure was building on the Titans board after speculation a major sponsor who pays a third of Hayne's hefty salary was threatening to cut ties with the Gold Coast due to the controversy.
Hayne will reportedly ask to be paid his full $1.3 million 2018 salary if forced out of the Titans, ruling out the chance of departing on a subsidised deal.
Hayne was ruled out of the Eels clash with an ankle complaint suffered in last round's loss to St George Illawarra.
He is yet to face Parramatta since leaving his former club to pursue an NFL career in 2014, having also missed their earlier meeting this season with an ankle complaint.