Three Super League clubs who could sign World Cup star related to Huddersfield Giants signing

The Rugby League World Cup was home to plenty of stars including star players who are yet to secure clubs for the 2023 season such as NRL veteran winger Josh Mansour, Fijian halfback Brandon Wakeham and of course Steven Marsters.

Marsters is the cousin of Huddersfield Giants recruit Esan Marsters and doesn’t have a club for the 2023 season but showed his class with tries and goals alongside his cousin for the Cook Islands.

Could this see him make the move to a Super League club? Here’s three clubs who could make a move for him.

Catalans Dragons
Catalans may have signed Adam Keighran last week but they have still let go of more players than they have signed for the 2023 season. Keighran is likely to play centre. However, both the club’s centres from 2022 have left with Dean Whare moving to the Elite One Championship and former Wakefield Trinity target Samisoni Langi also free to move on. Meanwhile, Keighran may be needed in the halves after the loss of Josh Drinkwater to Warrington Wolves. This could therefore see the Dragons move for another outside back such as Marsters.

Wakefield Trinity
For any Super League club who wants to sign Marsters, they would need a quota spot and not many teams have quota spots left but Wakefield Trinity do. They have reinforced their pack with the signing of Kevin Proctor from the NRL but have lost some quality outside backs making Marsters a good signing.

Leeds Rhinos
The Rhinos are expected to sign Leigh Leopards star Nene MacDonald for 2023 due to the fact they still have a hole to fill at left centre due to the loss of Zak Hardaker and Liam Sutcliffe. However, the longer it takes for the Rhinos to get this move over the line the more likely it becomes that the club may begin to consider other options such as Marsters.

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