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Super League target worth £330,000 agrees move for 2025

Super League linked Damien Cook

With the Super League season now past halfway through, sides are planning their transfer activity for 2025. Sides at the top of the division are plotting how they can remain competitive in the hunt for silverware. Those at the bottom know what they need to do to turn their fortunes around. 

The domestic transfer market is incredibly competitive, with the window for transfer activity opening on the first of May. With a number of high-profile deals already announced, and more reportedly agreed and waiting to be confirmed, clubs are extending their search overseas.

However, deals for top talent from the NRL come at a price and Super League sides have to use their quota spots carefully when bringing in overseas talent.

Now, a marquee Australian test international, who reportedly commands a salary of £330,00 a year, and has been linked with a Super League side, has agreed to his next deal for the 2025 season.

£330,000 Super League target agrees deal for 2025

Super League linked Damien Cook

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South Sydney Rabbitohs hooker, Damien Cook, has been repeatedly linked with a move to Super League in recent weeks, with the Huddersfield Giants said to have made an offer for the Australian international.

However, according to a report in the Daily Telegraph, Cook has agreed a move to St George Illawarra for 2025. The move represents a blow to the Giants, who had hoped they could tempt him with a move to Super League.

The report states:

“Damien Cook will have a St George Illawarra homecoming next season with the veteran hooker set to join the club on a two year deal.

“Cook will link up with the Dragons next season despite having 12 months left on his South Sydney contract.

“The 32-year-old made his NRL debut at the Dragons where he played two games in 2013 before joining the Bulldogs.”

32-year-old Cook is an NRL veteran, who has played over 200 top flight games, scoring 34 tries across a career which started with the Dragons in 2013.He had two years with the Canterbury Bulldogs before moving to South Sydney.

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