NRL youngster with Leeds Rhinos links potentially set for Super League move makes big declaration

Earlier this week it was revealed that one of the NRL’s brightest young stars could be headed to Super League.

The young man in question is stand-off Karl Oloapu who captained the Australian schoolboys team which is a major achievement for any young player.

He signed a three year deal with the Broncos and was promised that he would be kept at stand-off and be a part of the full time squad by now but instead has been told to change the shape of his body and play in a new position in the shape of lock or hooker.

These broken promises has left Oloapu broken hearted and wanting a move away resulting in him considering a move to rugby union or indeed Super League.

His agent, former Leeds Rhinos man Matt Adamson, revealed exclusively to Serious About Rugby League that they have already spoken to two Super League clubs about a potential move but didn’t let on if his former club was one of them.

Now, Oloapu has made a bold statement telling the Mole of Wide World of Sports he will never play for the Broncos.

“I just want a release and a chance to play football,” Oloapu said.

“I can promise you one thing: I will never play for Brisbane as long as I live.

“They have broken promises to me and left me broken-hearted.”

Meanwhile, his agent hit back at the Broncos for their claim that they have been told by the NRL that they have done nothing wrong with Adamson saying the look into the situation is still on going.

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