Rugby League News: Castleford signing, Hardaker and Gale clubs for 2023, new St Helens boss & Croft’s stunning move?

Rugby League News – keeping you up to date with the latest news from the world of rugby league.

It has been a busy 24 hours with major stories breaking from Super League and the NRL.

Here is a round-up of everything that has happened…

Zerotackle has revealed that Cody Walker has begun contract negotiations with South Sydney Rabbitohs but that they have now stalled.

The publication has also revealed that Wests Tigers are set to make a contract offer to the much-maligned Luke Brooks amidst interest from Newcastle Knights.

Cameron Munster is set to decide between Melbourne Storm and the Dolphins for his future, despite other interest from Canterbury Bulldogs and Wests Tigers.

Brisbane Broncos are set to enter in crunch talks with powerhouse prop Payne Haas in order to settle his future.

RFL reveals why

The RFL has revealed the damning reason why Leeds Rhinos forward Rhyse Martin had his ban upgraded. Read more here.

Meanwhile, Martin himself spoke out on the issue, breaking his silence. Read more here.

Martin fallout

There has, however, been major fallouts about the Rhyse Martin issue with former Super League referee Richard Silverwood and ex-Leeds Rhinos man Ryan Bailey going in on the decision. Read more on Bailey here.

Leeds Rhinos boss Rohan Smith also gave an unhappy swipe at the decision and called for change to the system. Read more here.

That being said, Sky Sports pundit Jon Wilkin has no sympathy with Leeds. Read more here.

Hardaker future

The biggest hint of where Leeds Rhinos star Zak Hardaker’s future belongs has been revealed.

Hardaker has taken Super League by storm since his return to Headingley with Leeds fans urging him to stay. Read more here.

New Saints boss

The new St Helens boss is reportedly set to be revealed after Betfred suspended their betting markets. Read more here.

The St Helens Star also revealed the latest on Saints legend Paul Sculthorpe’s views.

Wane and Maguire will not be appointed

Former Wigan Warriors head coaches Shaun Wane and Michael Maguire will not be appointed as the new Hull FC head coach.

That’s because of one major reason – and it affects both of them. Read more here.

Tomkins’ ominous message

Catalans Dragons star Sam Tomkins has sent out an ominous message to the rest of Super League.

Tomkins was a guest on Sky Sports yesterday afternoon. Read more here.

Wallace’s Super League move

Bradford Bulls and former Leeds Rhinos man AJ Wallace will be a Super League player in 2023.

Wallace spoke to Serious About Rugby League about his future and where it lies. Read more here.

English forwards to Wests

A number of English Super League forwards have reportedly made the move to the Wests Tigers, according to Paul Kent of NRL360.

Wests have been linked with Wigan Warriors man John Bateman in recent days and weeks. Read more here.

Widdop’s bold move

Warrington Wolves star Gareth Widdop has made an incredibly bold move on his career.

Widdop has left the Cheshire club ahead of the 2023 Super League season. Read more here.

Gale’s new club?

Is Luke Gale set to make a shock move to a Super League rival, but not Wakefield Trinity. Read more here.

Hull FC and Hull KR legend Paul Cooke has had his say on the issue in the Hull Daily Mail.

McNamara linked with move

Catalans Dragons head coach Steve McNamara has been ‘thrown into the mix’ for a stunning Super League move.

That’s according to BBC Radio Humberside in a show done Tuesday. Read more here.

Cas star on exit ahead of move

A Castleford Tigers star has spilled the beans on his exit from the Jungle ahead of Super League move.

It’s fair to say, Castleford fans have been sad to see him go after a wonderful few years, however one man is expected through the doors very shortly. Read more here.

Ex-Hull and Hudds star set for big job

A former Hull FC and Huddersfield Giants halfback has been linked with a Super League job.

It would be an incredible move following his recent coaching predicament. Read more here.

Leeds man’s fracture

Leeds Rhinos head coach Rohan Smith has confirmed that one of his stars has a fracture.

Smith was also keen to stress why Harry Newman might not play despite including the centre in the 21-man squad. Read more here.

Staggering Leigh money

The staggering amount of money that the Leigh Centurions have spent in 2022 has been revealed.

It was revealed by The Full Eighty Minutes podcast which revealed the reported figure – if true, it is remarkable. Read more here.

Major change to CEO role at RFL

There are set to be some major changes in the CEO role at the RFL following the departure of Ralph Rimmer.

Serious About Rugby League spoke to the RFL who confirmed when a new appointment will also be made. Read more here.

Wealthy businessman for SL club

A wealthy businessman has provided some impetus for one Super League club in order to buy its venue and club.

If pulled off, it would transform Super League. Read more here.

Two SL officials snubbed

Two Super League referees have been snubbed for this weekend’s Super League games.

It is the Super League play-offs with major emphasis on the officials. Read more here.

Carter open to Wakefield investment

Wakefield Trinity CEO Michael Carter has revealed to Rugby League Live that he is open to investment.

The club notoriously spends one of the least in the Super League with Carter wanting more businesses to jump onboard.

Croft’s stunning move?

Salford Red Devils halfback Brodie Croft has been attracting copious amounts of attention given his stellar year at the club.

But, the Wide World of Sports has reported that Croft is set to make a stunning move. Read more here.

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