Leeds duo Konrad Hurrell and Callum McLelland have likely played their last games for the club after suffering injuries.
The halfback’s is particularly troubling, with head coach Richard Agar putting a six month timeframe on the problem.
With Hurrell already confirmed to be leaving – with St Helens his likeliest destination – and McLelland linked with a move to Castleford, both will likely not turn out in a Rhinos shirt again.
“Still struggling with that one. Probably unlikely that we’ll get Konrad back,” Agar said when asked about Hurrell.
“He’s got a ruptured patella tendon and has had surgery,” Agar said on McLellenad.
“I’ll estimate it at six months, it could be a fraction more, it could be a fraction less – but at the moment if all goes good, we’re hoping that’s going to be six months.
“It’s a real tough one for Callum, he’s had a tough year with injuries, the poor kid.”