It seems that Cameron Munster is attracting NRL attention far and wide.
Not only are the Dolphins circling, but Newcastle Knights are apparently eyeing up a move for the Melbourne Storm playmaker.
That’s according to the Daily Telegraph which has reported that with Knights head coach Adam O’Brien having a relationship with Munster from when he was an assistant coach in Melbourne for 11 years.
Justin Rodski, the Storm’s CEO, has played down a move for Munster in recent days.
“We understand the interest in Cameron’s future but I think it’s a good thing that a player and his manager shouldn’t be talking about moving when the player is contracted for the next two years, that’s a non-negotiable in my mind,” Rodski told AAP.
“Cameron’s a contracted player and a required player for the 2023 season.
“He’s playing some really good footy and contributing really well to the team.
“The Melbourne Storm haven’t provided permission for Cameron Munster’s management to talk to other clubs about an early release.
“We’re not getting caught up in what’s been said or hasn’t been said.
“We’re just focused on this year and next year and what happens after that? Well, we’ll wait and see.”