Hull FC forward looks set to stay despite being offered to rivals

Hull FC forward Josh Bowden looks to be staying at the MKM Stadium.

That’s despite claims earlier in the season that he had been offered to other clubs alongside former Black and Whites outside back Mahe Fonua – who eventually joined the Castleford Tigers to link up with former head coach Lee Radford.

Instead, Bowden has been snapped taking part in Hull FC’s pre-season training, getting ready to launch a snowball at one of his teammates with a great grin on his face which has halted claims that he is on his way out of the club, with the Hull Daily Mail also bringing his future to light this morning.

FC boss Brett Hodgson has added four new signings to his side in the shape of NRL duo Kane Evans and Joe Lovodua as well as former Leeds Rhinos halfback Luke Gale and ex-Huddersfield Giants winger Darnell McIntosh.

Players such as Masi Matongo, Fonua and Bureta Faraimo have all exited in the off-season as the Black and Whites attempt to improve on a disappointing end to the 2021 Super League season when they lost nine of their last ten games.

And, Bowden looks set to play a role in FC’s play-off charge in 2022.

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