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NRL winger set for huge Super League move

Wigan Warriors, Leeds Rhinos and Hull KR have all pulled off huge signings for 2024 whilst Warrington Wolves, St Helens, Huddersfield Giants and Hull FC have all reportedly nailed down new signings for the 2024 season.

There are still rumours making the rounds such as Adam Keighran’s expected move to Wigan Warriors, Daryl Clark from Warrington Wolves to St Helens and Brad Dwyer’s move to the Wolves from Hull FC.

Meanwhile, many clubs will be looking at the NRL as an avenue for major signings in 2024.

Luke Brooks, Matt Lodge and Chad Townsend have all been linked to Super League.

As has Daine Lauire and Adam Doueihi from Wests Tigers as the club have a clearout.

But it is a player who has made his name at another Sydney club who could be making the move to Super League.

Now Serious About Rugby League understands that the Wolves and Salford Red Devils, as well as other interested Super League clubs, are interested in signing man Richie Kennar.

Kennar is a Samoan winger / centre and 28 years old. He has played for Melbourne Storm, South Sydney Rabbitohs, Brisbane Broncos before returning to the Bunnies.

He averages a try every other game in the NRL enjoying his best rugby at Souths.

He is receiving plenty of interest from the Super League clubs but Serious About Rugby League understands that it is Salford and Warrington who are in pole position in the race to sign the duo.

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