Canterbury Bulldogs have announced the signing of halfback Kyle Flanagan from Sydney Roosters on a three-year deal.
Flanagan joined the Roosters ahead of the 2020 season from Cronulla Sharks, and impressed in their World Club Challenge victory against St Helens.
He went on to feature 20 times for the Roosters, before their grip on the NRL title loosened with defeat in the playoffs against Canberra Raiders.
Bulldogs CEO Andrew Hill told the club website: “He is a quality all-round footballer, who will bring game management and a strong kicking component to our halves, as well as having the potential to grow as a player under Trent Barrett and his coaching staff.
“We are putting together a squad that has the right qualities and everyone is excited about getting back together for the pre-season in what we believe is a new beginning for the club.
“We can’t wait for Kyle to be a part of that.”