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NRL halfback could be headed to Super League

A number of Super League teams are making their recruitment moves for 2024 including Wigan Warriors, Leeds Rhinos, Catalans Dragons and Hull KR.

The Warriors have signed former Huddersfield Giants and Leeds hooker Kruise Leeming, Sam Walters and Tiaki Chan. They could also add Adam Keighran to their ranks as Tony King is set to return to Warrington Wolves. Speaking of exits, Hull FC star Chris Satae is headed to Catalans Dragons.

Turning back to recruitment, Leeds have added Mickael Goudemand to their ranks whilst Hull KR have been busy bringing in the likes of Peta Hiku, Oliver Gildart and former Castleford Tigers target AJ Wallace from the Bradford Bulls.

There is no doubt that Super League clubs will look to the NRL for signings and a potential Super League target has been told he is no longer wanted at his current club.

That is NRL star Moses Mbye who has been told by St George Illawarra Dragons that he is no longer needed according to the Daily Telegraph.

They also reported that he could be Super League bound.

According to Thirteen.com, Moses Mbye is being offered to Super League clubs for an immediate move.

Mbye has played for Canterbury Bulldogs, Wests Tigers and St George Illawarra Dragons in the NRL as well as Queensland in State of Origin.

But who will be the next club in this list?

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