Adam Cuthbertson played his best game for the St George Illawarra Dragons in Saturday night’s loss to the Brisbane Broncos, but it was likely his last match for the club and possibly even in Australia.
He remains off contract for next season and, despite a dynamic showing against the Broncos at the weekend, isn’t expected to be a part of Steve Price’s plans for next season.
The Dragons tabled an offer to Cuthbertson and his manager, Andrew Purcell, more than a month ago but a deal was never finalised.
The Newcastle Knights have shown interest in the former Manly and Sharks forward but they are yet to put forward a deal to secure his services.
It is believed the Sydney Roosters, who have already signed fellow Dragons Jack Bosden and Peni Tagive, as well as the Parramatta Eels are keen to lure Cuthbertson to their clubs for next season.
His desire is to remain in the NRL, but the money on offer overseas in the English Super League may prove too attractive to turn down. Leeds, Hull KR and St Helens have all begun talks with Purcell to entice the Dragon to Britain next year.