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Rumour Mill: Leeds set to welcome new signing, Warrington face ANOTHER departure with one coming in & Hull forward offered to Super League clubs

League Latest – keeping you up to date with the latest news from the world of rugby league. Here are some of the headline-grabbing stories from the last 24 hours.

Hopoate chasing long-term deal

Saints are on the verge of signing Will Hopoate from Canterbury Bulldogs, but the centre is still chasing a multi-term contract in the NRL, the Manchester Evening News has revealed.

Clark going nowhere

Daryl Clark will NOT be going to the NRL after Gold Coast Titans cooled their interest.

Bullock to Wire

Joe Bullock will be a Warrington player in 2022.

Peachey to Super League?

Tyrone Peachey has been offered to Super League, according to Yorkshire Live.

Sene-Lefao wants new contract

Jesse Sene-Lefao told earlier in the year that he wanted to stay at Castleford, but nothing has yet been agreed.

Trueman to stay?

Yorkshire Live reported in May that Castleford were set to fend off interest for star halfback Jake Trueman and now it’s rumoured he’s signed a new deal.

Ma’u offered to other clubs

Hull FC’s Manu Ma’u has been offered to other Super League clubs, the Hull Daily Mail has reported.

Roby unsure on future

James Roby is unsure on his future, Serious About Rugby League has reported.

Wigan men unsure on future

Serious About Rugby League revealed a list of those Wigan players out of contract, with Willie Isa and Sam Powell still there.

Huddersfield after Hill

Huddersfield are after Chris Hill, Rugby League Hub has reported.

Sezer to Leeds

Aidan Sezer to Leeds continues to do the rounds and now Leeds Live is reporting that it is a done deal.

Flanagan future uncertain

Kyle Flanagan’s time at Canterbury could be coming to an end, Fox Sports has revealed.

Wigan recruitment update

Wigan are on the hunt for NRL stars, but one of those will not be Renouf Atoni, Serious About Rugby League has revealed.

Wigan hunting

Wigan Today has reported that Wigan are closing in on a prop from the NRL, as they step up their recruitment for 2022. London winger Abbas Miski and Leigh centre Iain Thornley are already believed to be on their way to the DW Stadium.

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