NRL star could be set for major Super League move

A number of clubs like Leeds Rhinos, Wigan Warriors, Hull FC, Leigh Leopards, Salford Red Devils and Catalans Dragons could all be interested in a new halfback or two in 2024.

Leeds are in a difficult situation with both Blake Austin and Aidan Sezer at the end of their contracts.

Sezer is set to leave it would seem with Wests Tigers the expected destination whilst there has yet to be an agreement on the future of Blake Austin as fans worry.

Wigan have a few conundrums to solve with Cade Cust in the final year of his initial deal and transitioning to nine with Bevan French playing as a makeshift six.

Hull FC know they need to be looking for a scrum half with Jake Clifford headed back to the NRL and North Queensland Cowboys.

They have been linked with Newcastle Knights halfback Adam Clune.

Catalans Dragons meanwhile are set to lose Mitchell Pearce to the NRL whilst Tyrone May is also set for an exit despite the fact his NRL move has reportedly fallen through.

Salford and Leigh meanwhile are working hard to keep a hold of their star halfbacks.

Brodie Croft may have a contract until 2030 but he has been chased by NRL clubs with talks of NRL get out clauses in his contract.

Leigh meanwhile are working to tie down Lachlan Lam amid interest from Canberra Raiders.

So, all these clubs will likely be keeping an eye on the market and a new halfback could have emerged.

As Shane Flanagan begins his rebuild of the St George Illawarra Dragons looking to bring son and former Hull FC and Leeds Rhinos target Kyle Flanagan to the club and shake things up.

He has also told a number of players that they can leave. Josh Kerr has already joined The Dolphins despite interest from the Warrington Wolves.

Now Moses Mbye looks headed for St Helens. The club have also granted Jayden Sullivan permission to leave and negotiate with other clubs which has already begun.

A great young halfback, his availability will have been noted by a number of club.

Just 21 years old, he has made 27 appearances for the Dragons debuting at 18 in 2020.

He has scored seven tries and notched three goals during his emerging NRL career.