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League Latest: NRL trio linked with Super League, talismanic duo to swap Lancashire for Yorkshire & devastating injuries for semi-final sides

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.

Salford to sign Wheeler

Salford are set to sign former Warrington and St Helens utility back Gary Wheeler given the injury that will see Kallum Watkins ruled out for several months, Manchester Evening News has revealed.

Injury keeps stars out of semi

Joe Cator and Mark Percival will sit out the Hull and St Helens semi-final showdown game due to injury.

Evalds fighting fit

Niall Evalds is fighting fit and ready for the Challenge Cup semi-final this weekend, according to the Yorkshire Post.

Three NRL stars could move

Matt Moylan, Braidon Burns and Bryce Cartwright could all move to Super League, according to Hull Live.

Bateman wants Williams

John Bateman has told Sky Sports that he wants Wigan to sign George Williams.

Johnson to find another club

Shaun Johnson – who has been targeted by Super League clubs – has been told to find another club at Cronulla, Serious About Rugby League has revealed.

Huddersfield to sign halfbacks

Tui Lolohea and Theo Fages are heading to Huddersfield, which could spell the end of Aidan Sezer at the club, Yorkshire Live has reported.

Five choices for Leigh

Andrew Henderson and Sean Long are frontrunners for Leigh job, according to Serious About Rugby League.

Manfredi offered out

Dom Manfredi has been offered to other clubs as his future at Wigan remains unclear, Manchester Evening News has reported.

Cas to have returning players

As many as seven players are expected to return for the Tigers in the Challenge Cup semi-final with Jake Trueman one of them, according to Serious About Rugby League.

Hull star unsure on future

Danny Houghton doesn’t know if he will get another chance of Challenge Cup success, Serious About Rugby League has revealed.

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