NRL legend Scott Sattler has tipped NRL halfback Luke Brooks to move to Super League.
“I think the best for Luke Brooks would be, go to the U.K Super League, start again,” Sattler said on SEN.
“He’s on big money, he’s not going anywhere with the money he’s on… unfortunately it’s the situation they’re (the Tigers) in because they’ve got him signed to a long deal on big money.
“They made that decision based on a kid that became the halfback of the year… it’s all about confidence when your team’s not making finals and you’re the man wearing the number seven.
“For Luke Brooks, when he comes to the end of his contract this year and he may not gather any interest from other clubs, there’s nothing wrong with saying, ‘You know what, I’m going to go to the U.K Super League’.
“Like Jackson Hastings did, like Brodie Croft is doing right now, go and reinvent yourself, get some confidence back in your game, there’s nothing wrong with it.”
Brooks has been linked with a move to Leeds Rhinos with both their halfback Blake Austin and Aidan Sezer out of contract at the end of 2023.
Both are currently on five Man of Steel points.
However, when asked, Leeds boss Rohan Smith said there has been no talk between the Rhinos and Brooks.