Former Hull KR and Hull FC halfback Albert Kelly has found a new club after being let go of by Brisbane Broncos.
After it has been speculated that he could return to Super League, especially earlier in the off-season when the likes of Warrington Wolves needed a halfback and even now with Catalans Dragons needing players, he is set to stay in the NRL.
According to Zero Tackle, the halfback has been offered a contract by the NRL’s newest club, The Dolphins led by former St Helens boss Kristian Woolf who acts as the assistant and successor to former England and Great Britain boss Wayne Bennett.
Kelly joined Hull KR in 2015 and spent two years at the club guiding them to the Challenge Cup Final against Leeds Rhinos.
In 2017, he joined Hull FC and returned to Wembley but this time came away with a win and the Challenge Cup trophy.
The Black and Whites finished third in the league that year but went on to lose to Leeds in the semi-final of Super League.
He would leave the Black and Whites at the end of 2020 and join Brisbane Broncos where he went on to play more games than most people expected.
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