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NRL legend available to Super League clubs

Legendary NRL forward Jesse Bromwich is nearing the end of his career down under.

The former NRL winner made his name at Melbourne Storm where he frequently made it to the title decider.

He is also a legendary figure for the New Zealand international side alongside his brother Kenny but he and his brother are both plying their trade with the NRL’s newest club The Dolphins but their is speculation Bromwich could leave the club at the end of the 2024 campaign.

Should he make this decision he may be tempted to have one last hoorah in Super League like many of his fellow players with the likes of Paul Vaughan and others making the switch to Super League at the end of their careers.

Bromwich may be tempted to do likewise as well as brother Kenny. However, there is also a chance that Jesse could decide to retire outright at the culmination of the 2024 campaign.

His brother Kenny has now spoken about the chances of Jesse calling time on his career on the NRL’s official website.

“I’m not too sure, maybe, let’s see what happens,” Bromwich said when asked about his brother’s plans.

“He’s getting on now; but he’s still running around pretty well and training well, so we’ll see what happens.

“I felt that most of my career I’ve been his tackle bag. I probably have thought about (Jesse retiring) now more recently, I don’t really like to think about it to be fair, I just take everything as it comes.

“But we’ll see how we go this year and see what he wants to do.

“It would be definitely a driving factor for him to try and leave on the best way possible, so he’ll be doing everything within his power to try and make that happen and I’ll be right here with him trying to do the best we can as well.”

The Dolphins are aiming for a play-off debut in 2024 which would be the perfect send off for Bromwich should he make the leap to Super League or retire completely at the end of the new season.

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