Kruise Leeming shocked the rugby league community when he handed in a request to leave Leeds Rhinos after three good years at Headingley.
The former captain and Super League Dream Team member left the club after making his last appearance against St Helens scoring his last try against Hull FC.
The England international in the end secured a move to the NRL with Gold Coast Titans on a deal until the end of the year but it remains unclear where he will end up in 2024.
So here are four potential destinations for Leeming in 2024.
According to Jenna Brooks, St Helens is one of the Super League clubs who could bring Leeming back to Super League. This is perhaps because of the retirement of James Roby at the end of the year.
Meanwhile, Brooks and others have also suggested that Catalans Dragons would also be interested in the hooker. He will be a brilliant option for the Dragons and provide some real speed and attacking threat on the back of their brutal pack.
Warrington are yet to tie down Daryl Clark and St Helens are also reportedly interested in the hooker which could mean they look for a replacement and Leeming would be an ideal signing.
Gold Coast Titans
Lastly if Leeming impresses at Gold Coast they could keep the hooker at the end of the year and he seems happy to stay there. However, this week he has been dropped by the Titans.