Super League target open to offers for 2024

Former Leeds Rhinos academy star and current Bradford Bulls man AJ Wallace believes his club should be getting promoted in 2023 after the signings they have made ahead of the new season.

As the second-row prepares for the new season, he backed his side and his new teammates to take the Bulls back to Super League.

“Yes it’s going good. Energy is high and the atmosphere a lot better than last year,” he said to Serious About Rugby League.

“With the players we’ve got and the attitude they’ve brought. Anything less than promotion would be disappointing.”

If the Bulls got promoted would that ensure the Bulls would keep Wallace after interest from Castleford Tigers and Hull FC after talks both times fell down.

Speaking to Serious About Rugby League, Wallace revealed his intentions after of his contract expiry in 2024:

“Looking like an exciting season to be honest. It’s not all about the money but I would have to compare the different offers, but I’d be more than happy to stay at Bradford if the money was right. As long as I’m in Super League for the 2024 season.

“Think you can start talking to other clubs in may, so obviously depending how I’ve played up to that point I’ll see who’s interested and what my options will be. I’ll still be focused on getting the best results with Bradford though.”

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