Star man could be set for sensational Super League transfer

The likes of Hull KR, Leigh Leopards, Huddersfield Giants and Salford Red Devils have all been linked with a big transfer lately and with the current climate at Leeds Rhinos, Wigan Warriors and Hull FC they could all also be interested as well.

Leeds have already lost Blake Austin to Castleford Tigers and the club are also set to lose Aidan Sezer in 2024 as he joins Wests Tigers.

Hull FC have confirmed their halfback Jake Clifford is headed back to the NRL with North Queensland Cowboys,

Wigan are also in the market for a halfback with Cade Cust moving to nine and being out of contract.

So these clubs, as well as the reported quartet of Hull KR, Leigh, Huddersfield and Salford could all be interested in Tyrone May.

May was set to move to the NRL but that move has fallen through so could he make a huge Super League move?

May joined the Dragons last season after guiding Penrith Panthers to consecutive Grand Finals winning the 2021 decider having lost in 2020.

He went on to play for Samoa in the Rugby League World Cup but was forced off in game one against England with dislocated hip.

However, he has returned from injury in fine form at Catalans wearing the number six jersey and helping the Dragons to the Super League summit.

That said, his form has clearly sparked interest and NRL club Canterbury Bulldogs were interested in May for 2024.

Sky Sports’ Jenna Brooks reported that the Bulldogs had offered him a multi-year deal.

However, Rugby League Live reported this deal has collapsed and he is now available to other Super League clubs.

His teammate Mitchell Pearce will be headed to the NRL to return to Sydney Roosters.

The Dragons have moved to replace him and have been linked with Theo Fages from Huddersfield Giants.

They have now been linked with a huge move for NRL veteran and star man Matt Moylan.

The halfback has made nearly 200 appearances in the NRL including 100 for the Cronulla Sharks.

He joined the club in 2018 after a successful run at Penrith Panthers.

Moylan can play both in the halves and at fullback so is the ideal replacement for Sam Tomkins who is set to retire whilst also helping replace Tyrone May and Mitchell Pearce.

The former New South Wales and Australian representative would be a huge signing, perhaps the biggest of the season and it would be a statement of intent for the Dragons.