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Josh Charnley reveals his future career after rugby

Josh Charnley has revealed that he has a future after rugby league already sewn up.

The current Warrington Wolves star has been one of the main wingers in the Super League competition for the past decade and has been at the Halliwell Jones since 2018.

Speculation had been quashed emphatically by Charnley earlier in the 2021 season after rumours of a move away and the winger is determined to stake his claim for a wing spot under new head coach Daryl Powell.

Powell has made six new signings as new boss of Warrington with Greg Minikin, Peter Mata’utia, Billy Magoulias, Oliver Holmes, James Harrison and Joe Bullock coming through the doors at the Halliwell Jones Stadium, with the likes of Jake Mamo and Tom Lineham exiting.

Steve Price’s reign as Wire boss ended in a disappointing fashion in 2021 with a first-round exit in the Super League play-offs, whilst Powell failed to guide his Castleford side to a play-off spot for the second year in a row.

Charnley has scored 50 tries in 87 games following a spell in rugby union with the Sale Sharks.

He had previously scored 162 tries in 171 appearances for hometown club Wigan before moving into the 15-a-side code in 2016.

But, now he has revealed that his career after retirement does not lie in rugby league, instead he will be a bricklayer.

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