Samisoni Langi was one of a number of players allowed to leave by Catalans Dragons.
The centre opted to stay with the Dragons in 2022 after coming very close to joining Wakefield Trinity.
This came after he played his role in helping the Dragons win a first League Leaders’ Shield prior to playing in the club’s inaugural Grand Final.
However, the Dragons are looking for a refresh and have let both centres leave with Dean Whare heading to the Elite One Championship.
According to French publication Treize Mondial Elite One Championship sides are interested in the centre.
The publication has also claimed that there are interested clubs in Super League.
Perhaps one of them is Leeds Rhinos. The Rhinos are expected to sign Leigh Leopards star Nene MacDonald but according to the Yorkshire Evening Post the club are talking to three or four outside backs and Langi could be one of them.
Perhaps Wakefield have an interest too due to the quota spots they still have open going into 2023.
Seeing him move to the Elite One Championship would be no surprise however.
It seems to be a common move for plenty stars these days such as his former teammate James Maloney, ex-Toulouse Olympique star Corey Norman, former Leeds Rhinos man James Segeyaro, ex-Wigan Warriors fullback Morgan Escare and of course the aforementioned Whare.
It will be interesting to see if Toulouse have an interest in the centre especially after the loss of Chris Hankinson to Featherstone Rovers.