League Latest – keeping you up to date with the latest news from the world of rugby league. Here are some of the headline-grabbing stories from the last 24 hours.
Burgess could play again
George Burgess is hopeful of imitating the comeback made by rugby union star Sean O’Brien who saw the same surgeon that will operate on Burgess, Wigan Today revealed.
Yaha signs on
Catalans winger Fouad Yaha has signed a two-year extension, their club website confirmed.
Burgess aiming for starting spot
Joe Burgess is taking nothing for granted at his new club Salford, he told the Manchester Evening News.
LMS on new deal
St Helens’ Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook is in no rush to sign a new deal, according to the League Express.
Turner raring to go
Castleford’s new signings Jordan Turner told the club website that he cannot wait to get started in 2021 after settling in so well.
Cator on Hodgson
Joe Cator has told Hull Daily Mail that new head coach Brett Hodgson is helping Hull become an 80-minute team and to become closer as a unit.
Smith’s World Cup hopes
Leeds’ Cameron Smith has told the League Express that he is aiming for a World Cup spot at the end of the year.
Gale to coach?
Leeds’ halfback Luke Gale may well be entering the twilight of his career, but murmurings of a coaching role with the Rhinos are far from the mark as of yet, the Yorkshire Evening Post has revealed.
Watson keen to loan
Huddersfield boss Ian Watson has told the Yorkshire Post that more Giants players could leave on loan, even to rival clubs.
Current Super League bosses ranked
Serious About Rugby League revealed the rankings of the 12 Super League bosses in terms of win percentages.
McNamara trusts Hodgson
Steve McNamara has told the Hull Daily Mail that he’s leaving his son’s development in the capable hands of Brett Hodgson at Hull FC.
Tigers appear ready to stand by Feki
Castleford have given no indication that they are set to release Sosaia Feki from his contract after suffering a ruptured Achilles tendon in training, League Express has revealed.