Kyle Evans is looking for a new club in 2023.
The winger has great physicality and speed and all the attributes required to be a top notch modern winger.
Many are surprised that Wakefield aren’t keeping the Welsh Rugby League World Cup star but there should be plenty of suitors but here are three potential destinations for Evans.
Leigh have lost Nene MacDonald to Leeds Rhinos and Blake Ferguson on compassionate grounds giving them cap space and a quota spot. However, after owner Derek Beaumont revealed after the launch of the Leopards, one of their priorities is a middle signing so they may look to sign a forward with their quota spot so a British back may be on the cards for the Leopards and Evans would be the ideal signing.
The Bulls are reportedly still in the market for Super League signings and could very well make a play for the winger to add a little more quality to a developing squad who could turn into promotion candidates if they continue their top tier business.
Like Bradford, the Rovers will be eyeing promotion in 2023 and the addition of another player with Super League experience and real quality would be the ideal signing and add some more depth too.