Cronulla Sharks say goodbye to forward ahead of Super League move

Cronulla Sharks have said goodbye to Billy Magoulias ahead of his impending move to the Super League and Warrington Wolves specifically.

Magoulias, a Greek international, came through the system at Cronulla, but his current deal with the Sharks ran out at the end of last season.

Magoulias had made just 11 appearances for the Sharks in 2021, but all of them have come from the substitutes’ bench and it appears his patience has run out as he is ready to be confirmed as the next signing through the doors at the Halliwell Jones.

“I’m really excited to get an opportunity and play with Warrington,” Magoulias told the Daily Telegraph. “They are a professional organisation and I’m really looking forward to getting over there.

“I would like to make a statement with Warrington, and then hopefully return to the NRL at some stage.”

And, now the Sharks have confirmed his departure on Instagram.

Warrington, meanwhile, have already signed Greg Minikin, Peter Mata’utia, Joe Bullock, James Harrison and Oliver Holmes, with incoming head coach Daryl Powell keen to strengthen before the Wolves head into pre-season.

The Wolves finished third in the Super League table in 2021, but fell short in the elimination play-off as Steve Price’s reign at the Halliwell Jones ended in a whimper in a 19-0 loss to Hull KR.

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