Yesterday Samisoni Langi and Benjamin Jullien revealed that they would be leaving Catalans Dragons now that the 2022 season is over.
They’re following the likes of Gil Dudson and Sam Kasiano out of the club whilst L’Independant revealed that Dean Whare, Corentin Le Cam, Mathieu Cozza and Romain Franco were also likely to leave prior to reporting that Wigan Warriors were interested in Whare.
In the hours since these reports, another player departure has been confirmed and it is one of the quartet rumoured to be on their way out has also confirmed his exit and that is Corentin Le Cam.
One of the tallest players in Super League history, he was tipped for big things and has been a crucial squad member over the last two seasons in covering the forwards for the Dragons but now the French side have chosen to let one of their homegrown players move on.
He took to Instagram to reveal the news in a heartfelt message where he stated he would always remain a Catalans fans: “Thank you all for all these years spent with the club. I realized one of my dreams which was to play Catalan Dragons.
“I would like to thank my friends who gave me the passion for rugby at 13 and the whole team for memories and great times spent together.
“I have been and always will be a big supporter of dragons. Thanks again and see you soon!”
It’s unclear where he will end up. Could he move to the Elite One Championship in France or perhaps take on a challenge at Toulouse as they look to bounce straight back into Super League.
Perhaps a Super League side will look to sign him, his future is indeed up in the air.
Romain Franco has now followed in the footsteps of Corentin Le Cam with his own post about his departure from Catalans whilst Mathieu Cozza simply posted “thank you” and a selection of pictures depicting his growth in the Catalans system all the way to the League Leaders’ Shield win in 2021.
Whare is the only one of the quartet yet to officially confirm his departure.