Hull FC’s Josh Reynolds reportedly looking for Super League move

The Daily Mail has reported today that Hull FC halfback Josh Reynolds wants to stay in the UK and presumably end his career in Super League.

May 1 has been and gone, so wheeling and dealing by Super League clubs is very much underway as teams aim to go one better in 2023.

For Hull FC, they haven’t hit the heights expected of them in the Super League era, but under head coach Brett Hodgson, they look to be building something different at the MKM Stadium.

However, if rumours are true about Jake Trueman joining Hull from Castleford Tigers for 2023 and beyond, it leaves a question mark over the current halfbacks’ futures at the club.

Reynolds joined the Black and Whites from NRL side Wests Tigers ahead of the 2021 season and started that year like a house on fire.

Unfortunately, a serious injury cut his stellar season short – as did Covid-19 which hit Hull at just the wrong time as they were building form – with Reynolds working hard in the off-season to get himself right.

Due to injuries and suspensions, the outspoken Aussie has once more been in and out of the team as the likes of Joe Lovodua and Ben McNamara impress in the halves.

Reynolds isn’t getting any younger at 33 and is said to be heading for an immediate exit.

But, if he does exit, would another Super League club snap him up? The likes of Wakefield Trinity and Castleford Tigers need halfbacks if rumours of exits are true, whilst the man himself wants to stay in the UK, according to the Daily Mail.

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