Bradford Bulls still “talking to a few” transfer targets ahead of Super League push

Bradford Bulls have impressed with plenty of their signings already going into 2023.

The Bulls have signed Leeds Rhinos duo Jack Walker and Bodene Thompson as well as Huddersfield Giants veteran Michael Lawrence.

Meanwhile, Papua New Guinea World Cup star Keven Appo is also headed to Odsal.

However, their recruitment hasn’t finished there.

According to coach Mark Dunning, the Bulls are looking for the right player at the right cost and are speaking to a few right now.

He said on Bulls TV:

“We’re still in the market for the right player. I am a big believer in recruitment being a 12-month process rather than over two months.

“We’re in the market for the right player at the right cost that doesn’t go over the budget we set and we’re talking to a few players right now.”

He also hinted that they were interested in a forward following the lose of Dalton Desmond-Walker.

He said: “It leaves a hole in the pack, it gives us another challenge to stay in the market and find the right player.”

So, expect the Bulls to sign another forwards as well as looking at further transfer targets as they get ready for a big Super League push.

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