Bradford Bulls have conjured up some brilliant business for the 2023 Super League season.
They have signed Leeds Rhinos duo Jack Walker and Bodene Thompson as well as Huddersfield Giants veteran Michael Lawrence.
But according to coach Mark Dunning, who spoke to the Game Caller on West Yorkshire Rugby League radio, revealed that there transfer business may not be done, so who could they yet bring to Odsal?
The former Man of Steel with the Castleford Tigers is still a top notch halfback having led Leeds Rhinos to Challenge Cup success in 2020 and was at times superb for Hull FC last year. Looking for a new club in 2023, it would be a fairytale end to Gale’s career to return to Odsal and link up with the likes of Walker.
Another top halfback who has no club for 2023, Gigot, like Gale, is a winner of a major individual honour but this time in the shape of the Lance Todd Trophy as the Frenchman guided Catalans Dragons to Challenge Cup Final success. He, like Gale, would make a brilliant signing for the Bulls.
The Wakefield Trinity winger is looking for a new club after a superb Rugby League World Cup campaign. With power and speed, many are surprised that Wakefield don’t want to keep the Welshman. Wakefield’s loss could be Bradford’s gain.