The four Super League clubs still set to make signings and who they could bring in

Most Super League sides have completed their transfer business ahead of the 2023 Super League season.

However, there are some clubs that could still make signings ahead of the new season.

So, here are the four teams we think could still do business and who they are likely to sign.

Catalans Dragons
Catalans are an obvious pick and are likely to sign more than one player. They have lost prop Dylan Napa who they need to replace. Meanwhile, having lost Samisoni Langi to Wakefield Trinity as well as Dean Whare they need a centre after only signing Adam Keighran. Josh Drinkwater, who has moved to Warrington Wolves, will be replaced by the versatile Tyrone May who moved to the halves last year. So a centre and a prop are on the menu and it is likely to be former Warrington Wolves and Salford Red Devils prop Ben Murdoch-Masila and the cousin to Huddersfield Giants signing Steven Marsters.

Salford Red Devils
Salford have a quota spot available and having lost former Warrington Wolves prop Sitaleki Akauola the best way to use it may be to bring in a prop. There are a few overseas forwards available and one could be former Leeds Rhinos prop Ava Seumanufagai after leaving Canterbury Bulldogs ahead of 2023.

Leigh Leopards
They have plenty of cap space left and the financial resources to make a big signing for the new season and even could have quota spaces after losing Nene MacDonald to Leeds Rhinos and Blake Ferguson on compassionate grounds. Owner Derek Beaumont said they were looking for a middle forward and one has become available in the shape of Dylan Napa.

Wakefield Trinity
Serious About Rugby League understands that Wakefield originally planned to sign five players and have only brought in four. That said they have used up all their quota spots. So they are restricted to British signings. The likes of Luke Gale and Ryan Hampshire are still looking for clubs but Hampshire is probably the smarter signing.

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