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Super League target makes big decision on future

Jared Waerea-Hargreaves has confirmed he will join Hull KR in 2025.

Jared Waerea-Hargreaves has been heavily touted as making the switch to Super League even for this current season.

The 34-year-old veteran has featured 33 times for New Zealand and over 250 times for Sydney Roosters but a potential move to Super League had been suggested with the experienced forward in the last year of his current deal and with plenty of competition in the Roosters pack.

Talk of a Super League move started during the World Cup around the time of his infamous “dog shot” which got him sin binned just minutes into his return from suspension.

The forward was initially linked with a move to Catalans Dragons who are under the guidance of former Sydney assistant Steve McNamara.

It was suggested that JWH could be bought out of the final year of his deal and allowed to join the French side but that didn’t happen and he has started the NRL season well.

As a number of clubs did their business, Leigh Leopards emerged as a contender for the Kiwi.

But with JWH locked into a contract, they signed former Leeds Rhinos prop Ava Seumanufagai instead.

Since then, it seemed that he was set to stay in the NRL at least for this season but next season, as the Sydney Morning Herald reported, he was headed to Super League.

They reported that “Jared Waerea-Hargreaves is expected to head to the Super League at the end of the season.”

However, there was then talk that the prop could retire instead of heading over to Europe.

And now there has been another twist in this tale.

This comes as Zerotackle report that the prop is set to sign a new deal with the Roosters to remain at the club in 2024.

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