HOBART, AUSTRALIA - MAY 02: Oskar Baker of the Demons runs with the ball during the round seven AFL match between the North Melbourne Kangaroos and the Melbourne Demons at Blundstone Arena on May 02, 2021 in Hobart, Australia. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Melbourne have announced utility Oskar Baker hasn't received a new contract for next season.

The decision sees Baker's five-year tenure at the Demons come to an end, with the Aspley product leaving the club after 15 games at AFL level.

Baker joined the Demons in 2017 through the National Draft, landing at 48th overall from Queensland.

Melbourne announced their latest list culling a day after their trade period ended, where the club acquired Brodie Grundy, Lachie Hunter and Josh Schache this week.

Demons list boss Tim Lamb thanked Baker for his service to the club.

“These decisions and conversations are always difficult, and we would like to thank Oskar for his unwavering commitment to our program over the last five years,” Lamb told Melbourne Media.

“We would like to wish Oskar well for the next phase of his career.”

Baker's exit joins that of Toby Bedford (GWS Giants), Mitch Brown (retired), Majak Daw (retired), Jayden Hunt (West Coast Eagles), Luke Jackson (Fremantle Dockers), Fraser Rosman (delisted) and Sam Weideman (Essendon Bombers).