Jarrod Sammut has revealed that he has rejected a move to a new club after speaking exclusively to Serious About Rugby League.
Sammut has most recently been plying his trade in the Championship with the London Broncos, but, after playing nine games for the capital club in 2021, he wasn’t re-signed following the end of the season.
That means that the 34-year-old is currently without a club, and, as such, has been looking around for somewhere new to place his hat – which could be soon.
However, it will not be at the club that he was previously linked with as Sammut has revealed that he has rejected a move.
“I had a League 1 club that would have been good for me but I opted not to go in that direction,” Sammut told Serious About Rugby League.
“I’m still looking at the minute and the body is holding up well.”
Sammut had previously explained that he was working in the security industry in order to have a career following rugby league retirement.
“I’m just using close protection to help keep paying my bills while I’m without a club.
“I’d like to think I’ve still a good few years left in me playing rugby.”
On a side note, the former Wigan Warriors and Wakefield Trinity halfback keeps up an intense fitness regimen, but stressed that isn’t a career he is interested in.
“I’m fully qualified but just not overly interest in PT’ing.
“Everywhere charges an arm and leg for rent and it just isn’t worth it.”