Bradford Bulls have already made some big signings for 2023.
The biggest is of course Super League Champion Jack Walker, the youngest player to win a Grand Final in Super League.
His Leeds teammate Bodene Thompson has also followed him to Odsal and according to high profile agent Craig Harrison believes more Rhinos could follow.
It seems the Bulls business isn’t finished with the Bulls hinting at a potential signing later today on Twitter.
— Bradford Bulls (@OfficialBullsRL) November 17, 2022
This comes after Bradford coach Mark Dunning hinted that there could be more incomings speaking on the Bulls’ YouTube channel: “I’m really happy with the calibre of player we’ve brought in. That’s testament to the club. They have backed us in what we wanted to do with the overhaul of the squad.
“We have brought in some quality individuals. I think they’re all going to add to the group. They all have a part to play within the group as well.”
The Bulls are seemingly piecing together a squad that could more than push for promotion in 2023.
They’ll have some serious competition though. Sheffield Eagles have made some big signings such as former Castleford Tigers forward Jesse Sene-Lefao.
He left Featherstone Rovers for the Eagles and the Rovers have done some good business signing former Wigan Warriors centre Chris Hankinson from Toulouse Olympique who signed Sitaleki Akauola who is formerly of Warrington Wolves and Salford Red Devils.