In one of the bombshells of the NRL season just a number of weeks ago, the Broncos signed Walsh after he was granted a release from the final year of his deal with the Warriors.
Walsh cited the need to be close to family and not relocate to Auckland as the reason for his exit from the club, with the Warriors denying any other club outside of the Broncos the right to negotiate with Walsh.
It also allowed the Warriors to sign Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, who received a release from the Raiders, also for personal circumstances and the need to return to Auckland with the Warriors set to relocate permanently next year.
According to The Daily Telegraph, the Broncos aren't willing to wait until next year to acquire the services of Walsh however, wanting to bring him to the club immediately.
It's a request the Warriors have denied though, as they did with the Melbourne Storm, who inquired about the chance of picking up Walsh on a short-term loan to help out with their backline injury crisis.
The Warriors reportedly shut down the Storm on the idea they didn't want Walsh's exit to become a circus - the same reason they prevented any other clubs than the Broncos from negotiating with him.
They have shut down an early exit though, wanting Walsh to finish the current season with the club while they are still located in Redcliffe.
It's understood the Broncos still have two roster spots - and salary cap - to spare. Despite that, they will likely have to promote a development player to take the club to 29, with no need to go to 30 after they allowed Jamayne Isaako an early departure after the season had started.
Walsh's role at the Broncos is still under doubt for next year, with Tesi Niu's form improving every week since returning from injury, while Te Maire Martin is also reportedly set to exit and join the Warriors.