Last week, two Super League clubs were tipped by Zero Tackle to make a move for NRL star Matt Lodge and now is exit has been further reported.
The 28-year-old is looking for a new club and though there will be plenty of suitors down under, Super League clubs will be monitoring the situation.
Now the Mole of Wide World of Sports has reported that Lodge is likely to leave the Sydney Roosters at the end of the year making a Super League move all the more likely.
Zero Tackle reported that a number of Super League clubs would be interested in the forward but tipped two to make a play for him.
The publication claimed that Warrington Wolves would be the mostly likely Super League club to make a move for him with Leeds Rhinos a close second.
The Rhinos have been open about looking for a new forward. Sam Walters is set to join Wigan Warriors at the end of the year after all.
As for Warrington, they lost Thomas Mikaele earlier this year and the future of Josh McGuire is up in the air.
They are looking for immediate signings according to coach Daryl Powell and have been linked with Josh Kerr in the past as well as Wakefield Trinity’s Kelepi Tanginioa.
Lodge would likely not come immediately but would be a great addition for 2024.
Hull FC were another side mentioned by Zero Tackle. They are losing Chris Satae at the end of the season as they undergo a rebuild.
However, according to Fox League it seems Super League clubs are going to face stiff competition from St George Illawarra Dragons who could be interested in him as part of their rebuild.