WYLIE Buzza's time at Geelong has ended, with the key forward not being offered a contract for 2020. 

The arrival of fellow forward Josh Jenkins from Adelaide during the recent Telstra AFL Trade Period has sounded the final buzzer for the big man, who struggled to cement a spot in the AFL side.

Wylie Buzza at Geelong's Wacky Wednesday. Picture: Getty Images

The 23-year-old played nine senior games for the Cats after being taken with pick 69 in the 2015 NAB AFL Draft from Queensland's Redland football club in the NEAFL.

The fan favourite's most recent AFL match came in the round 17 loss to Adelaide in 2018.

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Buzza played 17 games in the VFL this year, booting 32 goals.

"Wylie's character and personality have seen him become a popular figure amongst his teammates, coaches and club staff over his four years here," Geelong head of football Simon Lloyd said.

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"We thank Wylie for his contribution to the club. Everyone at Geelong wishes him the best for the future."

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