Every Super League player free to move clubs at the end of the season with Castleford Tigers, Leeds Rhinos and Wigan Warriors still to make major decisions

May 1st has been and gone which means that those out of contract at the end of this Super League season are free to negotiate deals with other clubs.

Though the transfer window is closed for the rest of 2022, it’s at this point in time when the rumour mill goes into overdrive as clubs reportedly battle it out for a major star or two ahead of the 2023 season.

But, just who are those stars coming off contract at every Super League club?

Castleford Tigers
James Clare, Sosaia Feki, Mahe Fonua, Brad Martin, Suaia Matagi, Derrell Olpherts, Lewis Peachey, Danny Richardson.

Catalans Dragons
Mathieu Cozza, Benjamin Jullien, Samisoni Langi, Corentin Le Cam, Arthur Romano, Paul Seguier, Dean Whare.

Huddersfield Giants
Jack Ashworth, Chester Butler, Jack Cogger, Leroy Cudjoe, Ashton Golding, Joe Greenwood, Sebastine Ikahihifo, Jon Luke Kirby, Ricky Leutele, Nathan Mason.

Hull FC
Jordan Johnstone, Cameron Scott, Danny Houghton, Jamie Shaul, Mitieli Vulikijapani, Joe Lovodua, Luke Gale.

Hull KR
Albert Vete, Korbin Sims, Will Maher, Greg Richards, Charlie Cavanaugh, Tom Whur.

Leeds Rhinos
Bodene Thompson, Tom Briscoe, Brad Dwyer, Zak Hardaker.

Salford Red Devils
Elijah Taylor, Andy Ackers, Greg Burke, Sam Luckley.

St Helens
James Roby, Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Matty Foster, Sam Royle, Aaron Smith.

Toulouse Olympique
Anthony Marion, Ilias Bergal, Paul Marcon, Guy Armitage, Joseph Paulo, Joe Bretherton, Harrison Hansen, Eloi Pelissier, Andrew Dixon, Lloyd White, Hugo Pezet.

Wakefield Trinity
Jai Whitbread, Tinirau Arona, David Fifita, Jay Pitts, James Batchelor, Jack Croft, Yusuf Aydin, Sadiq Adebiyi.

Warrington Wolves
Jack Hughes, Greg Minikin, Robbie Mulhern, Jacob Gannon.

Wigan Warriors
Thomas Leuluai, Jake Bibby, Ethan Havard, Bevan French.

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