Super League club set for marquee exit ahead of major signing

Many clubs like Leeds Rhinos, Wigan Warriors, Warrington Wolves and Hull KR have completed eye catching transfer business ahead of the 2024 Super League season.

Leeds have underlined their business with the double signing of Brodie Croft and Andy Ackers from Salford Red Devils for a fee of £300,000.

The Rhinos have also signed the likes of Paul Momirovski, Lachie Miller and former Huddersfield Giants halfback Matt Frawley as well as Mickael Goudemand from Catalans Dragons and are yet to announce the arrival of Kieran Hudson from Castleford Tigers.

Wigan meanwhile have reinforced their pack with the arrival of Sam Walters, Luke Thompson and Sam Eseh offsetting the loss of Kai Pearce-Paul and the impending departure of Morgan Smithies.

Warrington have been busy too signing Lachlan Fitzgibbon and Brad Dwyer whilst Hull KR have made a host of signings such as Peta Hiku and Tyrone May.

They have also brought in Niall Evalds from Castleford Tigers who have also been very busy in the transfer market.

Arguably they have been the busiest club with a whole host of signings especially since the conclusion of the regular season including Luke Hooley from Leeds, Hull KR duo Sam Wood and Rowan Milnes and former St Helens and Hull FC centre / wing Josh Simm.

This led to the Tigers revealing a 30 man squad for next year which included Albert Vete who is widely expected to be on his way out of the club to make way for a further signing.

It is believed the Tigers are looking to complete another quota spot signing and therefore require the departure of a current quota spot holder to facilitate this move.

Reports suggest that Vete is the most likely to move but for now the Tigers have him in their squad.

The Tigers are still yet for more business which was hinted at by Danny Wilson, their Head of Recruitment, when speaking to the COYF podcast.

This business is likely to reinforce the pack and give Head Coach Craig Lingard and assistant Danny McGuire the foundation they want for what they hope will be a massive step in the right direction in the 2024 season.