There are a number of NRL players currently looking for a new club ahead of 2023 who could very well make the jump to Super League or indeed the Championship.
Among them is 2017 Challenge Cup winner Albert Kelly who played for both Hull FC and Hull KR in Wembley finals prior to making the switch to the NRL with Brisbane Broncos.
But which clubs this side of the planet could make a move for the halfback?
It seems Catalans want to sign a centre to replace Samisoni Langi and Dean Whare. One spot will likely be taken by Adam Keighran but what about the other. They also need to replace Warrington Wolves halfback Josh Drinkwater. It seems Tyrone May will do so, but the Dragons could instead use May at centre and sign Kelly to play alongside Mitchell Pearce.
It seems Bradford still have signings to make ahead of a big promotion push in 2023 under Mark Dunning. He would be a brilliant signing for the Bulls and would be a real statement signing.
Like the Bulls, Featherstone still could make some big signings for the new season as they also go in search of promotion in 2023. They made plenty of signings in the spine last year so could do so again now.