Australian star Cameron Munster says he can see himself living in the UK one day, but that won’t be before he sees out his contract with the Melbourne Storm.
The 28-year-old Kangaroo is one of the world’s best players and is on a mega $1 million per season contract with the storm running until the end of 2027.
However, speaking to the BBC after experiencing life in England over the last few weeks on tour at the World Cup with Australia, Muster says he is open to a Super League move at the end of his NRL deal.
“I’m really enjoying it here,” he said. “I can see myself living in Manchester. I’ll be finishing my contract at 33 in Melbourne, so I’ll be an old fossil.
“If anyone in Super League at that time is interested in an old broken down five-eight then I’m always here.”
Munster has transformed himself into one of the world’s best over the last few seasons after working hard to overcome some well-documented off-field problems.
Now he is focused on trying to help the Kangaroos to another World Cup triumph.
“I’m just going to enjoy the next couple of weeks,” Munster added. “I’m hoping we can play at Old Trafford.
“It will be a dream come true if I can but everything happens for a reason and fingers crossed we can get the job done.
“Just to wear the green and gold is something I will never forget doing and I will cherish these moments for a long time.
“To go from where I’ve been to now be playing with all these great players, it is something I won’t forget and hopefully we can hold that silverware at the end of the tournament.”