Two Super League clubs and one Championship side who could sign NRL player

Over 20 players from down under are looking for new clubs still for 2023 and many of them have been let go by Canterbury Bulldogs and includes Tui Katoa.

The winger has been let go by the Bulldogs and has shone for Tonga in the past including in the 2019 international nines tournament.

Looking for a new club in 2023, it opens the door for Super League and Championship sides to make a move for the winger.

Leigh Leopards
The Leopards have lost Nene MacDonald to Leeds Rhinos as well as winger Blake Ferguson on compassionate grounds leaving them in need of a back or indeed a winger and Katoa would be an ideal signing to replace these two.

Catalans Dragons
Catalans are still looking for a back after letting go of Samisoni Langi to Wakefield Trinity and Dean Whare. Cousin of Huddersfield Giants signing Esan Marsters, Steven, has been linked with a move and they missed out on Joey Leilua. So a move for Katoa would be a smart alternative.

Toulouse Olympique 
The South of France is enticing for Australian stars and could help tempt Katoa over to the Championship side who, after letting go of Matty Russell to Warrington Wolves, could do with a winger.

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