Jake Trueman’s agent addresses his Castleford Tigers future

Jake Trueman is sometimes touted as one of the most exciting halfbacks in rugby league.

After progressing the Bradford Bulls youth system, Trueman moved to Castleford Tigers in 2017 and quickly established himself as a top, creative playmaker.

Since then, a serious back injury has plagued his time in the sport in recent seasons, but Trueman has started 2022 in fine form.

However, speculation about his future continues to rage considering he is out of contract at the end of 2022, yet his agent – Craig Harrison from Show Me The Money UK – revealed he will be sitting down with Castleford to discuss his future.

And, with May 1st approaching – the time when off-contract players can sit down with other clubs – it’s perhaps essential the Tigers get it done sooner rather than later, especially with Trueman being linked with Hull FC earlier in the year.

“He’s a Cas player, thats it,” Harrison said on the Full Eighty Minutes podcast.

“He loves Cas and I will be sat down in about six weeks and we will chat.

“They are my mates at Cas so everything I will do will be above board.”

Harrison had previously said on the show: “Everyone said he’s going to Leeds, Warrington and Melbourne and then I’ve had someone saying he’s going to Hull,” Harrison said on The Full Eighty Minutes podcast when the rumours surfaced last year.

“When you’re at that level he is, if there wasn’t every club in the country going after him then there would be something wrong, but it’s still disrespectful to talk about anything other than Castleford.

“He loves it at Cas, he’s a great kid and he’s not someone who bangs down doors asking for moves.”

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