Footage shows that Leeds Rhinos have made a sensational signing for 2024

Leeds Rhinos, Wigan Warriors, Warrington Wolves, Hull FC and Hull KR have all completed major signings for 2024 and it seems Leeds have made another major recruit for 2024.

The Rhinos have major question marks over their spine. Blake Austin has headed to Castleford Tigers for the rest of the season and Aidan Sezer’s time in a Leeds shirt is all but over.

The obvious solution would be to sign two halfbacks but there is talk of a different solution with a suggestion that Richie Myler could move back to the halves and the club could sign a fullback which is even more likely with reports from Wide World of Sports that the Rhinos have signed Newcastle Knights fullback Lachie Miller.

The fullback is also a former Olympian participating in the Rugby Sevens at the 2020 Olympic Games.

Fans may ask whether the signing of the 29 year old is a good one.

Well footage shared on YouTube shows that the Rhinos have a very quick, skilful, elusive but also powerful player on their hands for next year.

The news nicely offset the confirmation that Aidan Sezer is headed back to the NRL with Wests Tigers on Monday.

The 32-year-old will return to the NRL after four seasons in the Super League.

Before moving to England Sezer played 155 games across eight seasons in the NRL, including a Grand Final appearance for the Raiders in 2019.

Wests Tigers assistant coach Benji Marshall, who will move into the head coaching role next season, says Sezer will bring a wealth of experience to the club.

“We are very excited to have a player with Aidan’s experience and calibre to add to what we’re building for our future,” said Marshall.

“He’s a very good person and we look forward to what he can bring to our club on and off the field.

“His experience will complement our youth and he’ll help mentor our younger players, particularly in our spine.”

Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe is pleased to welcome Sezer to the club.

“It’s great that Aidan has decided to return to the NRL with us,” said Pascoe.

“On behalf of the club, I welcome Aidan and his family to Wests Tigers.”

Sezer still has a chance left at a big hoorah at Headingley. The Rhinos are now just two points off the play-offs and have the best points difference of any side pushing for a spot in the top six.

The halfback will be key if Leeds are going to find a way to make the play-offs and push to Old Trafford as they did last year.

Last year Sezer missed out on the final after a head injury in the semi-final.