A top NRL star is set to be headed to Super League.
Tyrone Peachey is a player with amazing utility value being able to play loose-forward, centre, in the halves and hooker.
The 31-year-old started at Cronulla Sharks before joining Penrith Panthers where he made over 100 appearances in his first stint.
After three seasons with Gold Coast Titans and one with Wests, Peachey is back with the Penrith Panthers and is impressing back at his old club.
In his career he has made 194 appearances in the NRL scoring 52 tries and played every State of Origin game in the 2018 series.
However, Peachey is set to come to Super League as he chases one last big contract according to the Mole of Wide World of Sports.
He made over 100 metres in his last game and doesn’t have a deal beyond the end of last year and has been mentioned to several Super League clubs with plenty showing interest.
It is unsure who these clubs are.
Catalans Dragons have a quota spot open right now as do Salford Red Devils and Castleford Tigers.
Other clubs are set to open up quota spots as the weeks tick by and recruitment and retention continues.
The likes of Leeds Rhinos could have quota spots and Peachey would be a great signing for them or any Super League club.