Right now there is plenty of speculation about potential moves for Super League’s stars.
One player who is sparking a lot of talk is Wakefield Trinity’s Mason Lino.
This is because halfbacks are key targets for Super League sides every season and with plenty of them off contract at the end of this season.
Lino is one of them and has been linked with moves to the likes of Leeds Rhinos and Wigan Warriors with Blake Austin, Aidan Sezer and Cade Cust also out of contract.
Interestingly, as Sky Sports pundits Jon Wilkin and Jamie Jones-Buchanan assessed his future, Buchanan hinted that Lino’s prior connection with Hull KR boss Willie Peters could maybe lead to a move to Craven Park but this seems unlikely with Jordan Abdull, Mikey Lewis and Rowan Milnes at the club that is unless Lewis completes a positional switch to fullback to replace Lachlan Coote.
“When Tommy Leuluai was retiring last year there was rumours of him going to Wigan. I don’t know what Cade Cust will be doing, he’s not quite settled the way we thought he would so there’s an option.
“Willie Peters coached him down at Newcastle Knights so who knows but he’s a steal for somebody.”