If an NRL club is in for a Super League player then you know it means business.
The likes of Ryan Sutton, John Bateman, George Williams and Oliver Gildart have all made the move Down Under in recent years with varying success.
But, it remains increasingly difficult for a Super League side to keep hold of their best players once an NRL club comes calling – the lifestyle, the money and the experience can often trump what is offered in the northern hemisphere.
And, for one Catalans Dragons forward, that interest seems to be growing.
24-year-old forward and French international Paul Séguier is reportedly on the radar of a number of NRL clubs, with St George Illawarra Dragons leading the way, according to the World Wide of Sports.
The Frenchman helped Catalans reach the Super League Grand Final as well as finish top of the pile for the first time in their history.
After spending 2018 on-loan at Toulouse Olympique and then 2019 on-loan at the Barrow Raiders, Séguier battled his way into head coach Steve McNamara’s thinking in Perpignan and has now caught the eye of a number of suitors.