League Latest: Wakefield explore NRL, loan rule changes & Williams to be England captain?

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.

Player agents revision

Chairman of the Australian Rugby League Peter V’Landys is determined to crackdown on the integrity of player agents, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

Loan rule changes

Wigan and St Helens could potentially benefit from a possible change to loan rules ahead of the new season, according to Wigan Today and the St Helens Reporter.

COVID closures

Huddersfield have had to close their training ground following a COVID outbreak, their club website has revealed. They weren’t the first club to do so, however, with Leeds closing theirs off earlier in the day.

McGuire loving life

Former Leeds star Danny McGuire told the Yorkshire Post he is loving life as Hull KR assistant after previously being unsure about going into coaching.

Lino aiming for greatness

New Wakefield signing Mason Lino is determined to make a name for himself at Trinity, he said in a Wakefield Express interview.

Hughes and McCullough updates

Whilst Jahrome Hughes continues to be a target for Cronulla and Brisbane, the Andrew McCullough transfer saga rumbles on as Fox Sports reports.

Smith determined to be number nine

Melbourne’s Brandon Smith has opened up on his decision to request a release in December in an interview with Fox Sports.

Williams for captaincy

Canberra star George Williams has been urged to be more vocal in order to be considered for a potential England captaincy, Wigan Today reports.

NRL winger retires

Malakai Watene-Zelezniak has been forced to retire due to a health scare, The West revealed.

Chester explores NRL market

Wakefield boss Chris Chester is casting his net further afield in a bid to strengthen his squad, according to the Wakefield Express.

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