Warrington set to fend off NRL interest for Daryl Clark

The Gold Coast Titans have reportedly tabled an offer for Warrington star Daryl Clark.

The Australian’s Brent Read revealed that the Titans’ interest in Melbourne’s Brandon Smith has ended so Warrington Wolves’ player Daryl Clark is now the main potential target.

Read added that the Titans had tabled an offer to Clark with the Bulldogs also sniffing around.

Clark has played 227 games in the Super League with 65 tries and has previously spoke of wanting to test himself in the NRL.

“I’m told now Brandon Smith has made the decision to stay in Melbourne next year,” Read said.

“He won’t be leaving at the end of the year and the Gold Coast have actually moved on. They have made an offer to a guy called Daryl Clark, a former Man of Steel in the Super League in England.

“He’s an England hooker for Warrington. He’s behind Josh Hodgson in the pecking order for England. The Gold Coast, I’m told, have tabled an offer for Daryl Clark next season. I’m told they will release him to leave without a transfer fee.

“They hope to get someone to fill that vacancy. Canterbury are also interested.”

Could 30-year-old Clark be heading Down Under?

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