England international James Graham has agreed a two-year deal with St George Illawarra according to former NRL referee Bill Harrigan.
The Canterbury Bulldogs skipper has not been offered a new deal with the club and has been rumoured to be leaving Belmore since the start of the season.
Speaking on Triple M radio, Harrigan claims that although either club are yet to announce the deal, Graham will join fellow England star Gareth Widdop at the Dragons for the 2018 season.
The 31-year-old former St Helens prop is thought to have received numerous offers, but he has decided on a move to St George who are building a formidable side for next season.
Graham today captained the Bulldogs to an impressive 30-16 win against Manly but after a disappointing season, they sit 12th on the NRL ladder and unable to make the finals.
great mates with widdup helped sign him up