Super League star could be set for exit

Super League is awash with quality wingers like Ash Handley at Leeds Rhinos, Liam Marshall at Wigan Warriors, Matty Ashton at Warrington Wolves and of course Jermaine McGillvary at Huddersfield Giants.

McGillvary will go down as one of the greatest wingers ever. He was Super League’s top scorer in 2015 and became undroppable for England and was arguably England’s best player in the 2017 World Cup.

A Huddersfield legend, his time at the club could be coming to an end.

Ian Watson addressed matters saying:

“Yeah, I think so mate,” Watson said as he confirmed that there was no deal on the table right now and that it was a decision that would go down to the wire.

The conversation with everyone was a real honest and open conversation. Just to say the amount of games that he’s been missing, the injuries he’s been picking up.

“You never know, but I tell you, you look at his performance last week. You’re signing him all day long on the back of that performance.

“I think that’s for Jez to just keep turning out them kind of performances, play like that and then everything else takes care of itself. I’ve said it a number of times before, you play well and it’s all in your own control.

“If you’re not playing so well then obviously it’s about opinions and obviously selections and choices that other people have to make around you.”

However, it is a very different story for Leroy Cudjoe: “Yeah, well obviously there’s a break after this so hopefully like I say we do our job and then the club can get down and start kind of looking at a couple of them but hopefully Leroy gets sorted out pretty quickly mate.

“Leroy will be here next year with us, he’s a great bloke, he’s great for the group, he’s a great character.”

Both men will undoubtedly go down as Super League legends at Huddersfield.

Unfortunately neither have been able win a major final with the club but they did lift the League Leaders’ Shield in 2013.