After literally months of rumours and reports that the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs were preparing a long-term, big money offer for Latrell Mitchell, the club have finally spoken out on the matter.
Midway through the 2019 NRL season, reports began surfacing that the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs were preparing a 10-year-deal for Latrell Mitchell, with an overall worth of $11,000,000.
More recently since the Roosters withdrew their offer for the star centre, rumours resurfaced around the Bulldogs’ interest in the former New South Wales representative player.
However, Bulldogs Chief Executive Officer Andrew Hill has spoken out on the matter and had this to say to Fox Sports:
“We will not be pursuing trying to sign Latrell Mitchell. No one from the Bulldogs football club has ever had any sort of talks with Latrell.
We’ve met as a recruitment committee and decided this is our position. We won’t be pursuing Latrell.”