Three Super League clubs are monitoring New Zealand Warriors halfback Chanel Harris-Tavita.
The elusive halfback is currently being chased by two NRL clubs, including the Canberra Raiders according to Fox Sports, but the Warriors also want to keep him.
It remains a difficult proposition for the talented youngster, however, with Harris-Tavita low down in the pecking order at the Warriors currently – and the halfback has now rejected a contract extension.
Shaun Johnson is a big name, but the Warriors picked up new recruit Daejarn Asi from the North Queensland Cowboys two weeks and he has enjoyed a rich vein of form in recent weeks.
The Warriors have also signed sensation from Sydney Roosters, Ronald Volkman, on a three-year deal for the future so it could be difficult for Harris-Tavita to earn a deal he wants.
It remains to be seen which three Super League clubs are in for Harris-Tavita with Castleford Tigers desperately needing some new blood at halfback with Jake Trueman being heavily linked with Hull FC.
Wigan Warriors’ legend Tommy Leuluai may retire at the end of 2022 which would leave a huge gap at the DW Stadium whilst Leeds Rhinos’ Blake Austin and Warrington Wolves’ Gareth Widdop are out of contract.