Leeds Rhinos signing says “big club” will return to Super League and is disappointed they are in the Championship

Leeds Rhinos have made a number of signings going into the 2023 Super League season.

The Rhinos have drafted in Leigh Leopards centre Nene MacDonald on a two year deal. Meanwhile, NRL prop Sam Lisone joins the club after winger David Fusitu’a convinced him to make the move.

Castleford Tigers winger has joined the club and could act as both a centre and a winger next season as Leeds look for versatility and cover.

Batley Bulldogs’ Luke Hooley joins the club as does Leigh Leopards winger Luis Roberts and York’s Toby Warren as well as Leon Ruan from Doncaster who impressed against Wakefield Trinity on Boxing Day.

Among these signings was French international Justin Sangare.

As Serious About Rugby League revealed, there were a number of clubs interested in Sangare.

Sangare joined from Toulouse, who after a valiant effort, suffered relegation, and Sangare told Serious About Rugby League that he is disappointed to see them in the Championship.

He also believes the “big club” will return to Super League:

“Yes I am disappointed they got relegated because it is important for rugby league in France and for the French international team to have two teams in Super League.

“Toulouse is a very big club and I know they will manage to come back to the Super League.”

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