Five NRL players who Super League clubs should look to sign in 2023

Most clubs have already completed their transfer business for the next season, but there are still some big names from the NRL looking for clubs that Super League sides could swoop for.

So, here’s five players from down under who could make the move to Super League.

Albert Kelly
The former Hull FC and Hull KR star lit up Super League and shone in the NRL when he moved to Brisbane Broncos. But without a club in 2023, he could return to the UK especially with a few clubs still looking for signings.

Ava Seumanufagai
The former Leeds Rhinos prop has left Canterbury Bulldogs ahead of the new season and it was initially reported that he could make a return to Super League though that has now gone cold for the time being but he would make the likes of Leigh Leopards a very handy signing.

Brandon Wakeham
A halfback who impressed during the Rugby League World Cup, he has been widely expected to make the switch to Super League and would be a terrific signing for any club.

Josh Mansour
Left in limbo by the CBA negotiations down under, now those are over he could be poached by an NRL club but he is reportedly open to a Super League move and would be a major success in Super League based on his try scoring exploits.

Steven Marsters
His cousin Esan has already made the move to Huddersfield Giants and rumour has it he could soon follow suit to Catalans Dragons. A great goalkicker and try scorer, he would be an exciting edition to Super League.

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