There is plenty of talk about the future of Super League stars and that is no different at the home of the Super League Champions St Helens.
They have nailed down James Bell for 2024 and are expected to sign Matt Whitley from Catalans Dragons.
However, according to Sky Sports’ Stuart Pyke Curtis Sironen is likely to be at the Totally Wicked Stadium in 2024.
He claimed that the Saints and the backrower are likely to exercise an option to extend the deal until 2024.
This comes after reports of NRL interest earlier this year.
According to Fox Sports, after a brilliant performance in the World Club Challenge where he set up Welsby’s try with a superb break, several NRL clubs got in touch with the second-row about a return to the NRL.
Sironen is in the final year of his deal at St Helens and a move to the NRL for 2024 wouldn’t be out of the question with several suitors interested.
But according to Pyke he will be a St Helens player in 2024.
This is despite the fact NRL commentator Andrew Voss claimed he was bitter about the end of his NRL career:
“He is loving life at St Helens but he’s still bitter about how his NRL career ended making only six appearances at Manly Sea Eagles.”