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Super League linked World Cup star reportedly makes decision on his future

In recent weeks we have seen some of the big name free agents lock down clubs for the 2023 season.

Last night, former Leeds Rhinos and Canterbury Bulldogs prop Ava Seumanufagai confirmed his move to Leigh Leopards for 2023 whilst Super League linked prop Marty Taupau joined Brisbane Broncos rejecting a move to Super League as well as turning down interest from South Sydney Rabbitohs and Parramatta Eels.

Speaking of turning down interest, one man who still doesn’t have a club has turned down the prospect of a Super League move in the shape of Josh Mansour.

The winger isn’t the only player to do so either. Fijian Canterbury Bulldogs halfback Brandon Wakeham was one of the standout players in the Rugby League World Cup and one who was looking for a new club ahead of 2023.

He was linked with a move to Super League but as the likes of Hull FC and Warrington Wolves solved their halfback conundrums with different signings and with Catalans Dragons prioritising a centre seemingly set to play Tyrone May in the halves, this become unlikely and now he has reportedly secured a new club.

Wakeham, according to reports down under, has signed for Wests Tigers replacing former Salford Red Devils and Wigan Warriors halfback Jackson Hastings as cover for Adam Doueihi and Luke Brooks.

It comes as former Leeds and Hull FC target Kyle Flanagan is set to be Cameron Ciraldo’s first choice at the Bulldogs for the 2023 season.

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