There has been a lot of talk about transfers lately and another story has emerged this week.
As interest in Super League stars from down under increases in the NRL another club has moved for a Super League star.
That Super League star is Catalans Dragons Tyrone May.
May joined the Dragons last season after guiding Penrith Panthers to consecutive Grand Finals winning the 2021 decider having lost in 2020.
He went on to play for Samoa in the Rugby League World Cup but was forced off in game one against England with dislocated hip.
However, he has returned from injury in fine form at Catalans wearing the number six jersey and helping the Dragons to the Super League summit.
That said, his form has clearly sparked interest and NRL club Canterbury Bulldogs are interested in May for 2024.
The Bulldogs have signed a number of ex-Penrith players.
They have secured Stephen Crichton for 2024 having already signed Matt Burton.
They have also signed from Super League recently in the shape of Hull FC halfback Josh Reynolds.
According to the Daily Telegraph, the Bulldogs are interested in signing the versatile May for next season and beyond.
Catalans are reportedly keen on keeping him for next season.
They are already set to lose Mitchell Pearce and Sam Tomkins at the end of the season.