Bradford Bulls have added another major signing to their ranks for 2023.
After bringing in ex-Leeds Rhinos duo Jack Walker and Bodene Thompson to the club for 2023 as well as Huddersfield Giants veteran Michael Lawrence and Papua New Guinea World Cup star Keven Appo, they have brought Joe Arundel back to the club in 2023.
It comes after he left Halifax Panthers and it seems Bradford were quick to pounce.
“We have been talking for a couple of weeks now after we were made aware by his agent that he would be available so we are delighted to now get Joe in the building and finally get the deal done,” said coach Mark Dunning.
“He will bring some seniority to our backline; he still has that hunger to compete at the highest level and he will be a very experienced option for us having spent the majority of his career in Super League and at the top end of the Championship.
“The squad is looking good, there is lots of progress we can see from the start of pre-season and I am looking forward to getting the lads back in after a well-deserved new year’s break and ramp up the tempo heading towards the trial matches and that first game against Whitehaven.”