Brisbane Broncos halfback Brodie Croft has signed for the Salford Red Devils on a two-year deal.
Croft, who played in the 2018 Melbourne Grand Final defeat by Sydney, will arrive ahead of the 2021 Super League season.
The 24-year-old moved to Brisbane in 2020 after playing 39 games for the Storm over a period of four seasons.
However, Croft has since failed to settle and found himself in and out of the team, with one try in 12 matches in 2021.
Croft cannot wait to get started.
“I’m super excited about this opportunity,” Croft said.
“Rich [Marshall] has been very thorough and bold with the ambitions going forward at the club and I cannot wait to get started.
“My partner Safina, son Haris and myself are looking forward to moving at the end of the year to begin this new journey together.”
Marshall is excited to see the combinations within his squad as h eprepares for next season and beyond.
“Brodie has consistently competed at the top level in the NRL and he will add further quality in the halves for us,” Marshall said.
“Despite his talent, he is still quite young so he will only develop and improve.
“Having spoken to Brodie at length, he is looking forward to coming over to represent the Red Devils. He will certainly improve our squad and his attention to detail and knowledge of our team is impressive already.”