Corey Norman is ready to move to Super League after St George Illawarra said that they would not re-sign the veteran, according to the Daily Telegraph.
The 30-year-old could not even attract one offer from other NRL clubs to play on in 2022, particularly because of his pricey $850,000 a year contract.
News Corp has revealed that Norman was not even offered a minimum wage despite being a marquee player at St George and Parramatta before that.
However, the St George playmaker is hopeful of attracting a Super League side as UK clubs get ready to circle.
“There is certainly interest from a few Super League clubs,” Norman’s manager Paul Sutton said.
“He will have a few options over there.”
Catalans are in need of a halfback with the impending departure of James Maloney, though Dragons boss Steve McNamara is still said to be keen on Mitchell Pearce, whilst Wigan are losing Jackson Hastings back to the NRL.