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League Latest: Tomkins future update, Leeds to go all out on a number of transfer targets & former Man of Steel linked with shock switch

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.

Widdop to NRL

Warrington chief executive Karl Fitzpatrick has hit back at rumours that Gareth Widdop is leaving, the Manchester Evening News has reported.

Clark to stay

Daryl Clark looks likely to stay at Warrington after interest from the NRL has dried out.

Powell still to sort out contract

Sam Powell is still yet to sort out a new Wigan contract, Serious About Rugby League has revealed.

Tomkins reveals future plans

Sam Tomkins wants to retire at Catalans Dragons.

Lomax hailed

Warrington’s Blake Austin has hailed St Helens’ Jonny Lomax as one of the most influential halfbacks in the league.

Tupou out for season

Bill Tupou is out for the season with a ruptured patellar tendon, Serious About Rugby League has reported.

Gaskell to exit

Lee Gaskell will be leaving Huddersfield Giants at the end of the season, Yorkshire Live has reported.

Smith calls for England cancellation

Tony Smith has called for the England game against the Combined All Stars Nations to be cancelled, the Hull Daily Mail has reported.

Wane’s possible return

Leeds on the hunt

Leeds are on the hunt for new players despite Kevin Sinfield’s impending departure, Leeds Live has reported.

Austin to go instead

Blake Austin is set to go back to Australia, rather than Gareth Widdop.

Three after Brierley

Three Super League clubs are said to be after Ryan Brierley, according to Everything Rugby League.

McIntosh to Hull

It will be Darnell McIntosh to Hull FC, not Warrington.

Leeds youngsters exiting?

Will Levi Edwards and Morgan Gannon be leaving Leeds?

Lane wants to stay

Jordan Lane has told Serious About Rugby League that he wants to stay at Hull past his current contract which expires in 2022.

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