England World Cup star and former Huddersfield Giants youngster Dom Young has returned to the Newcastle Knights this week.
Young starred for England in the World Cup scoring two World Class tries against Samoa in the opening game, a further brace against France in the second fixture including a 100 metre effort before four tries in 40 minutes against Greece in the final group game.
In the quarter-finals he scored his ninth try of the tournament against Papua New Guinea continuing his rich try scoring form from the 2022 NRL season.
Now he has returned to his NRL club the Knights for pre-season training hinting that soon a decision should be made on his future now that he is back in the midst of the NRL.
Look who's back ✊
— Newcastle Knights (@NRLKnights) January 10, 2023
Serious About Rugby League previously revealed that the likes of The Dolphins, Melbourne Storm and the Canberra Raiders had an interest in him alongside five Sydney based clubs.
On November 1st, he entered the last 12 months of his current deal allowing other clubs to negotiate with him.
However, Serious About Rugby League understands that no decision has been made yet with plenty of offers on the table.
In fact, all options are still on the table for the young winger as they are working through all the offers at present.
The Knights were rumoured to be preparing a $400,000 offer.