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The Roosters are reportedly considering making a move for Bulldogs defender Corey Allan to fill their outside void.

The 24-year-old joined Canterbury Bankstown ahead of the 2021 season but has failed to cement a place in the Bulldogs’ backline.

Allan is out of contract after the 2023 season, but Trent Robinson’s Tricolors are reportedly hoping to leave early, according to SMH.

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The former Souths gun made a name for himself at Redfern, filling in for the injured Latrell Mitchell, which led to the Maroons’ call-up.

Allan has reportedly signed a $500,000-a-season contract and will replace the departed Kevin Nykama and Oliver Gildart.

The Roosters have signed Tigers center Gildart to a short-term deal at the end of the 2022 season, with Tricolor bosses set to hit the market after he returns to the merged club.

Allan is battling with Josh Addo-Carr, Jake Averillo, Aaron Shoop, Jacob Quiraz and rookie Paul Alamotti for a place in the Bulldogs’ back line.

The Roosters have also reportedly signed Rabbitohs defender Jackson Paulo, who is a former team-mate of Allan’s.

Paulo has reportedly signed a two-year minimum wage deal starting in 2023.

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Keep an eye on Parramatta.

The Eels have fallen short of a premiership breakthrough this season, but their success may come at a price.

The Daily Telegraphreports that the Dolphins and Bulldogs are circling their star halves, with both teams interested in midfielder Mitchell Moses and the league’s newest franchise also targeting Dylan Brown.

He goes after dolphins missed out on signing Storm five-eighth Cameron Munsterwith either Moses or Brown reportedly being viewed as “plan B” recruits for the 2024 season.

As for the Bulldogs, they reportedly have a $7 million war chest to poach Moses from Parramatta.

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Both Moses and Brown are out of contract at the end of next season and are set to test their value on the open market, leaving the Eels in a difficult position as they look to build on their success this year.

Dolphins boss Terry Reeder confirmed Telegraph that the franchise is in the market for either Brown or Moses if they are still available on November 1st.

“We are, of course, in the market, and in this regard, nothing changes. We will continue what we are doing and we will sign players who we think will fit our team,” he said.

“Now that we have clarity about Cameron Munster, we will continue our talks with the other players and their managers.”

Moses said Telegraph he “loves” it at Parramatta and that “it’s only a matter of time” before his management sort out the contract situation.


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Brown is also “happy” at the Eels, according to his manager Chris Orr, who said Telegraph luring him elsewhere would require a “big deal” from a rival club.

“The reality is that Dylan is a different person. He marches to the beat of his own drum,” Orr added.

“Dylan is a free spirit and if I went out on the open market he’d be chased by a stack of clubs. I’ve had calls from several clubs, but I’ve respected Dylan’s request not to worry about contracts until the World Cup is over.”

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Penrith’s hopes of keeping hold of star forward Liam Martin have hit another hurdle, with another club reportedly targeting the 25-year-old.

The Daily Telegraph reports that St. The George Illawarra Dragons want to talk to Martin’s management from November 1 if he does not agree terms with the Panthers by then.

The Parramatta Eels are also understood to be interested in Martin, who could be a handy replacement for Tigers-linked Isaiah Papalia.

Martin, Stephen Crichton and Brian To’o are all out of contract after 2023 and with the November 1 deadline looming, Penrith will be desperate to pounce on rival clubs.

In accordance with Sydney Morning HeraldThe Panthers are closing in on a three-year extension for Martin, who is said to be much closer to a deal than Crichton and To’o.


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Herald the Panthers are reportedly looking to expand talks with both Crichton and To’O’s management later this week.

Also worth watching are the futures of prop Spencer Leniu and winger Charlie Staines, both of whom could be looking for more NRL opportunities elsewhere.

Lenu has been heavily linked with both the Dragons and the Tigers, where he may be more likely to get a starting spot, currently stuck behind James Fisher-Harris and Moses Leota.

Meanwhile, Staines is reportedly being considered in a swap deal with the Tigers for former Panthers utility Tyrone Peachey.

Jamon Salman is the only member of this year’s Premier League-winning 17 without a contract for next season, but that could change.

Syomga told foxsports.com.au after the grand final that there is a “contract on the table” with Penrith and that he and his manager are dealing with him, preferring to stay put.

It’s a difficult situation for the Panthers, who are now seeing the unfortunate consequences of their success, although Mitch Kenny believes the core group will not be “fleeing away”.

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“The club is in a position now where the lads understand what we’ve got and want to stick together,” Kenny said. foxsports.com.au before the big finale.

“It also shows how close-knit the group is, a lot of these local lads who probably also want to repay the club for developing them and making them the first-class players they are today.

“It’s going to take a while for a lot of these guys to go away because they are the players they are because of the teammates and coaches they have.

“They don’t want to run away from here and it’s a great culture and everyone wants to be a part of it as much as they can.”


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