Leeds Rhinos, Wigan Warriors and Hull FC are all interested in halfbacks for the 2024 season.
Hull FC have already confirmed that Jake Clifford will be leaving after just one season at the MKM Stadium.
After a brilliant campaign, he will be joining North Queensland Cowboys in 2024.
Wigan Warriors meanwhile are in the market for a stand-off with Cade Cust moving to nine and being out of contract.
Leeds meanwhile have already lost Blake Austin to Castleford Tigers and Aidan Sezer is set to join the Wests Tigers as has been reportedly frequently.
Sezer is one of three halfbacks the club have signed and according to the Daily Telegraph that has prompted one of the club’s current halfbacks to request a move away.
The player is expected to be Lachlan Galvin and it could create an exciting recruitment opportunity for Leeds, Wigan and Hull.
Reports down under from the Sydney Morning Herald have been linking the 32-year-old Sezer with Wests Tigers for some time. The club look set for the wooden spoon this year and are in the process of a rebuild.
It’s reported that the club see Sezer as part of that rebuild, as a ‘stop gap’ in the halves before they can recruit a younger talent.
This is certainly an interesting deal for Sezer to take on as it would mean accepting that he is not the club’s main man.
Thus he should be commended for his selflessness.
Wests have also signed St George Illawarra Dragons young playmaker Jayden Sullivan who has joined on a four year deal.
At just 21 the Tigers are believed to be wanting to pair him with a more experienced player which is where Sezer comes in, the Leeds Rhinos man set to be the calm head and mentor in the half back pairing.
The Daily Telegraph however are reporting that Sezer has been tied down by Wests on a one year deal with an option for a second.
This is still clearly a short term solution but the Telegraph claim that it it’s a done deal which would suggest an announcement from Wests at some point soon, one that will leave Leeds looking for two brand new halves in 2023.