We have seen Super League stars from Leeds Rhinos, Wigan Warriors, Warrington Wolves, St Helens, Leigh Leopards and Hull FC linked with big NRL moves.
In the last few days we have seen Aidan Sezer linked with a move to Wests Tigers which has also been true of Brodie Croft of Salford Red Devils.
Meanwhile when Wests came for George Williams the Wolves gave him a new deal. St Helens meanwhile have had interest in the likes of Jack Welsby, Lewis Dodd and others after their World Club Challenge win.
They have so far kept them whilst Wigan will lose Kai Pearce-Paul who joins Newcastle Knights alongside Will Pryce from Huddersfield Giants.
Leigh Leopards’ Lachlan Lam has been linked with a move for Canberra Raiders.
Meanwhile, Jake Clifford has also been linked with the NRL frequently.
One of Super League’s most in form players, Clifford has looked like the best number seven in Super League.
Following this former Hull FC and Hull KR star Paul Cooke said he could return to the NRL and now a club has entered the race to sign him in the shape of his former club the North Queensland Cowboys.
Meanwhile, Wests Tigers, still looking for a halfback after Luke Brooks’ decision to join Manly Sea Eagles for 2024, are interested according to the Daily Telegraph who report:
“Wests Tigers have been offered Jake Clifford but a North Queensland homecoming looms more likely for the ex-Cowboys and Newcastle playmaker
“Clifford joined Hull FC this year but is expected to return to the NRL in 2024.
“The Cowboys have discussed signing the 25-year-old to add some depth to their halves.”
Now Jon Wells has reported on Sky Sports that the North Queensland Cowboys have made an offer for the halfback.
It was reported by the Hull Daily Mail that he has agreed to this offer.
Following this, the Daily Telegraph in Australia has also confirmed the news down under making it almost certain that Clifford will be playing for North Queensland in 2024.
Now Sky Sports Jenna Brooks has confirmed Hull FC will look to replace him but will be patient to find the right signing.