Leeds Rhinos, Wigan Warriors, Warrington Wolves and Hull FC have all been busy in the transfer market ahead of 2024.
We have seen Leeds make some real strides lately. For a long time their only confirmed signing for 2024 was Mickael Goudemand from the Catalans Dragons.
Now they have brought in NRL duo Matt Frawley and Lachie Miller. But part of recruitment is the inevitability of losing key men as well.
This week, Rohan Smith conformed absolutely that Liam Tindall would be leaving the club.
He said: “He’s not going to be re-signed here.
“Whatever news will have to come from Tindall or from whichever club that he’s agreed to, but I believe that’s been sorted for some period of time now, but that’s not mine to break.”
He is widely believed to be joining Hull FC.
Liam Tindall broke through to the Leeds Rhinos first team during the 2020 season. He made his senior debut for the Headingley side in a 34-6 loss to Catalans Dragons, starting on the wing. He would go onto make three appearances in his first year with the senior squad. He also scored his first senior try for the club in a game against Warrington Wolves.
He began the 2021 season with the Rhinos again, making one appearance against the then Leigh Centurions; however a loan move to Doncaster swiftly followed. During his time at the League One side, he would make eight appearances and score three tries.
The 2022 season saw an increase in Super League game time for Tindall. He racked up 13 appearances last campaign for the Rhinos, however he was unable to add to his try tally in Blue and Amber. He also featured for Bradford Bulls too on a dual-registration deal, making two appearances and scoring twice for the Championship side.
In 2023, he has featured six times for the Rhinos and scored one try; however it has been confirmed he will not be at Headingley next season, with the winger heavily linked with a move to Hull FC.
Tindall has also shown he can play fullback as he showed on loan at Doncaster in 2021 which would make him a very handy signing for Hull FC.