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.
Williams to Wire
Finally, George Williams has been announced as a Warrington player.
Club chief dismisses marquee player capture
Hull KR CEO Phil Lakin has dismissed the claims that Rovers are in for Warrington’s Blake Austin.
Tom Johnstone is set to face another four-to-six weeks out, Chris Chester told Serious About Rugby League.
Chairman attacks RFL
Featherstone Rovers chairman Mark Campbell has launched a scathing attack on the RFL, the Wakefield Express has revealed.
Woolf talks finances
St Helens boss Kristian Woolf has told Serious About Rugby League that Saints “can’t match the financial offers” that others can.
Fages the next?
Theo Fages is set to be the next St Helens star to leave, according to the Manchester Evening News.
Haggerty and Beaumont
Kurt Haggerty and Derek Beaumont are in constant communication the former has told Serious About Rugby League, but no concrete plans have been made for the future.
Clubb to retire
Tony Clubb is set to retire, Serious About Rugby League has revealed.
Powell still to sort out contract
Sam Powell is still yet to sort out a new Wigan contract, Serious About Rugby League has revealed.
Burgess finds new club
George Burgess is apparently going to sign for St George Illawarra Dragons, Fox Sports has revealed.
Long-serving Warrington winger Tom Lineham has allegedly been told he is surplus to requirements for 2022, the Warrington Guardian has reported.
Wakefield the next club for COVID
Wakefield will see two of their players sit out against St Helens tonight due to COVID, Serious About Rugby League has revealed.