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League Latest: Civil war threatens to rip club apart, organised crime squad investigate Super League side’s dealings & Saints duo’s future up in the air

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.

Not four, but five

Wakefield Trinity have now joined the Super League race for George Williams, making it five clubs searching for his signature, Serious About Rugby League has revealed.

Dufty on the radar

Leeds Live has revealed that NRL fullback Matt Dufty is attracting the interest of Super League clubs following a stall in contract talks with St George.

Sezer to Canberra?

The Raiders are apparently in for current Huddersfield halfback Aidan Sezer to replace George Williams who, ironically, replaced Sezer in the first place.

Woolf wants Coote and Fages to stay

Kristian Woolf has told Serious About Rugby League that he wants Lachlan Coote and Theo Fages to stay at St Helens.

King on future

Toby King has decided where he will play in 2022 and beyond and it’s at Warrington, according to

Folau move rejected

Queensland Rugby League has blocked Israel Folau’s attempt to join Southport Tigers, Serious About Rugby League has reported.

MP challenges academy ruling

Judith Cummins has challenged the RFL’s decision to restrict five clubs the ability to nurture an academy, Hull Daily Mail has reported.

French out for months

Bevan French is set to sit for three to five months according to Serious About Rugby League.

Watts opening up

Liam Watts is determined to recapture the buzz, playing in front of fans the Yorkshire Post has reported.

Hodgson and Bateman wade in

Josh Hodgson and John Bateman have waded into the argument over George Williams, backing up their former teammate to the hilt, Serious About Rugby League has revealed.

Wakefield deal under microscope

Yorkshire Live has reported that Wakefield’s taxpayer loan for the redevelopment of their stadium is being investigated by on a organised crime squad.

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