Three clubs are set to make huge offers for Salford Red Devils star Brodie Croft following an incredible Super League season.
Croft exited the Brisbane Broncos under a bit of a cloud at the end of 2021 following a difficult year at Red Hill.
In order to reinvent himself, the diminutive playmaker signed for Salford in the UK and the rest, as they say, is very much history with Croft playing a key role in the Red Devils’ charge to the play-offs.
In fact, some people have been calling for him to be the Super League Man of Steel after impressing so much, with the likelihood of him being included in the Super League Dream Team on Sunday growing with every passing game.
And, as a reward, the Daily Telegraph has revealed that three clubs are chasing Croft in order to bring him back to the NRL just a year after leaving the competition.
Though Croft has been sensational at Salford, the halfback has not ruled out a return to the Australian league
“Coming over and playing with these boys and finding the love for the game that I lost a bit at the back end of last year has been so good,” he told the Out Of Your League podcast.
“I would never say no (to the NRL) or close the door or anything but I’m not looking too far ahead either.
“I thought I would finish my career at Brisbane. That was my mindset and it didn’t happen.
“I’m focusing on the now and whatever happens can happen with the enjoyment I’ve brought back to my game.”
The Red Devils have already qualified for the end of season play-offs with many predicting the Lancashire club to cause some real trouble on the way to Old Trafford with Croft at the helm.