Three Super League players still looking for a club in 2023 and their most likely destination including ex-Leeds Rhinos star

There are still some top Super League stars still looking for a club.

So, here are three of the biggest names looking for a home in 2023 and their most likely destination for the new season.

Luke Gale

Luke Gale came into his own when he joined Castleford Tigers and quickly became one of Super League’s best halfbacks which is a status they sustained for over half a decade. In 2017 he claimed the Man of Steel as Castleford finished top and played in an inaugural Grand Final prior to a Rugby League World Cup Final. He then made the move to Leeds in 2020 nailing the drop goal that won the Challenge Cup Final for the Rhinos. He joined Hull FC in 2022 but is looking for a new club in 2023 but is reportedly taking it steady with his decision, but which club is his likely destination?

Predicted Destination: Bradford Bulls

Gale’s move to Castleford came from his time with the Bradford Bulls and a return would be a brilliant swansong to his career. The Bulls are reportedly still looking for more signings and he knows two of the big names they have brought in from Leeds. He would be the ideal final recruit.

Tony Gigot

Another experienced halfback who has picked up one of the game’s biggest accolades, Gigot won the Lance Todd trophy in 2018 as Catalans Dragons won an inaugural cup final win. A great player full of flashes of brilliance, he would make any side a good signing.

Predicted Destination: Featherstone Rovers

The Game Caller previously reported that Gigot was headed to Fev and he certainly has links with new coach Sean Long signing a number of French players already and working with the ex-Toulouse Olympique halfback.

Kyle Evans

Evans made a real statement for Wales in the Rugby League World Cup and many Wakefield fans are surprised he hasn’t been offered a new deal to remain at the club. Powerful and quick, he has the perfect assets for a modern winger.

Predicted Destination: Toulouse Olympique

The departure of Matty Russell to Warrington Wolves leaves a hole in the Toulouse squad one that Evans could perfectly fill being a very similar player.

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