League Latest: upheaval at one Super League club, England stars surprisingly left out & NRL clubs increase interest in Super League maestro

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.

Powell to Warrington confirmed

The secret was finally let out of the bag today when the Warrington club website revealed they had got their man on a three-year deal.

Wells quits Castleford

Jon Wells has also left Castleford, but he has done so immediately after working his notice, Serious About Rugby League has reported.

Farrell admits pressure

Liam Farrell has told the Manchester Evening News that there is added pressure on the Wigan side to win the Challenge Cup after an “unacceptable wait”.

Tetevano thriving on role

Zane Tetevano has told Leeds Live that he is loving the freedom handed to him by Richard Agar.

Reynolds injured

Josh Reynolds will sit out for four to six weeks with a hamstring injury, BBC Sport has confirmed.

NRL clubs circling Clark

Gold Coast boss Justin Holbrook is understood to have held conversations with Daryl Clark, as the Titans plan to lure the No.9 with a lucrative deal Down Under, according to NRL.com.

Absentee England stars

The Hull Daily Mail has revealed which England stars are unlucky to miss out of Shaun Wane’s 35-man England squad with Jake Trueman and Jake Connor amongst them.

Smith opens up

Tony Smith has opened up on Sky Sports about the questions he had after the death of Jordan Cox.

Potential Castleford departures

With Daryl Powell leaving, there have been rumours that a number of Tigers stars are set to follow, with Serious About Rugby League compiling a potential list.

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