Leeds Rhinos starlet signs for big agent

If there is one agent that young Super League players looking for a future in the game would recommend, it’s Show Me The Money UK.

The owner of the agency, Craig Harrison, has a whole host of clients within the tiers of British rugby league with some of his most notable including Paul McShane of Castleford Tigers and Luke Gale of Hull FC.

Among the youngsters in the game, having an agent is part and parcel of establishing yourself in the sport and a necessary feature of growing up.

No wonder, then, that Leeds Rhinos starlet Max Simpson has come on board with Harrison at his agency towers.

Simpson signed a four-year deal back in November 2021 with the Leeds club after joining the Rhinos scholarship from Kippax in 2019.

The 17-year-old centre played for the under-18s in 2021 and will be hoping to make his debut for Richard Agar’s men in 2022 after being handed the number 28 shirt following Corey Hall’s move to neighbours Wakefield Trinity.

Leeds have a stunning reputation for bringing through incredible youth players with the likes of Rob Burrow, Danny McGuire and Kevin Sinfield in the past, whilst those such as Jack Sinfield, Jack Broadbent and Harry Newman are the ones aiming for that golden mantle.

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