NRL playmaker set for Super League move

Brisbane’s Brodie Croft is set for a move to Super League, the World Wide of Sports has revealed.

The halfback still has a year left on his Brisbane contract, but the 24-year-old is set to move hemispheres after being deemed surplus to requirements at Red Hill.

The Broncos have signed Souths playmaker Adam Reynolds for 2022, but Brisbane are willing to pay some of Croft’s contract in 2022.

Salford are said to be in the driving seat, but they are not the only ones interested according to the World Wide of Sports.

The Red Devils have already picked up Tongan international Ata Hingano, but with Tui Lolohea apparently on his way to Huddersfield, it has paved the way for an extra half at the AJ Bell Stadium.

Meanwhile, Salford’s next two games have been postponed due to a COVID-19 outbreak, with fixtures against Hull KR and Wakefield Trinity falling by the wayside.

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