There are over 20 NRL players still looking for a club in 2023 which opens the door for Super League and Championship clubs to make a move for them.
Amongst them is centre / winger Kane Bradley. The former North Queensland Cowboys back has been involved with the likes of Manly Sea Eagles and Wests Tigers but only ever played NRL with the Cowboys.
As Bradley looks for a new club in 2023, here are three clubs who could move for him:
It has been openly stated by owner Bernard Guasch, coach Steven McNamara and even ex-Wigan Warriors man and new signing Romain Navarrete have all said the club are going to make another signing and the Dragons are looking for a centre and Bradley would fit the bill.
In a lot of ways, Bradley would be the perfect signing for Leigh after they lost centre Nene MacDonald to Leeds Rhinos and winger Blake Ferguson on compassionate grounds. Bradley himself can replace both players and provide depth.
Following the departure of Matty Russell to Warrington Wolves, the French side could do with another winger. It would also be the ideal response to Featherstone Rovers signing Kyle Evans and Bradford Bulls signing Joe Arundel as the race for survival hots up.