Brad Dwyer said he’s “getting close” to sorting out his future when talking to Sky Sports tonight after Leeds’ vital 28-14 win over Hull KR.
It seems he’s headed to pastures new after 2022 after five great seasons at Leeds which has seen him pick up a Challenge Cup trophy and consecutive play-off finishes and a real growth in the way he plays.
He’s become one of the most dangerous nines in the league and has shown that recently despite his uncertain future.
He’s scored against the likes of Toulouse, Wigan, Catalans and tonight with a brilliant solo try against the Robins to get Leeds back in the game after a tough start.
He also created a try for Richie Myler which gave Leeds the lead just before halftime and continued to give the Rhinos great go forward in the second half.
Unlucky to not get the Man of the Match, Dwyer has been unlucky to not get a new deal at the club despite his terrific form but in a salary cap sport and a project developing some players have to leave as we’ve seen from Liam Sutcliffe who announced he’ll join Hull FC next year on a three year deal.
It remains to be seen where Dwyer will be in 2023 with Salford thought to be one potential suitor.
On his future, Dwyer said: “We’re getting close now, we’re not far off. When there’s something on my future it’ll come from me no one else.
“There’ll be something coming pretty soon but I’ve loved all my time at Leeds Rhinos and that’s certainly not going to change over this last little spell.”