Marty Taupau future has reportedly been decided.
The big prop starred for Samoa in the Rugby League World Cup even featuring in the final against Australia.
He has been linked with a move to Super League in the past with Leeds Rhinos being seen as potential suitors a few years ago.
However, this time around, at first at least, a move to Super League seemed unlikely with five NRL clubs leading the chase for his signature.
That said, the struggles between the NRL and RLPA (Players Association) ensured that the CBA negotiations were slow and that salary cap was left undecided.
This opened the door for Super League clubs who began sniffing around hoping to exploit the situation with the likes of Leigh Leopards and Catalans Dragons interested as they both remain in the market for a prop.
Even when the cap was decided upon, Super League clubs still had a strong chance of signing the prop due to the fact that the RLPA warned player to avoid signing new deals as the NRL had not confirmed the new cap with them and by extension had not given them the full details.
However, Leigh and Catalans both appear to have missed out on the prop with reports from down under saying that Brisbane Broncos have signed the prop for 2023 beating Parramatta Eels to his signature.
That said, there is still a good chance that we could see Taupau in Super League before long with the veteran prop only signing a one year deal at the Broncos.
Thus, this time next year there’s a chance we could be talking about Taupau joining a Super League club.