We are drawing ever closer to the beginning of the 2024 season.

Although we're yet to even see a team names for the first set of official trials, teams are looking toward their 2025 rosters.

There is literally millions of dollars worth of NRL talent off-contract and able to discuss their futures for 2025 and beyond.

One such player is the extremely talented Adam Doueihi.

Despite enjoying a level of success with the Tigers, I get the feeling it is time to move on for the five-eighth turned centre turned five-eighth again.

I have no doubt in the world that there will be a host of clubs looking at the 25 year-old.

Below are five very possible potential landing destinations for Adam Doueihi.

I don't see re-signing with the Tigers as an option. He has previously expressed frustrations with his role within the club while I believe the Tigers need to move also.

2. Melbourne Storm

Please stop me if you've heard this story before.

Rugby League player A shows signs of ability but never truly reaches his potential.

Player A moves to Melbourne and becomes a rep quality talent, making previous club's fans very angry.

Adam Doueihi has all the talent to go to Melbourne and become a class centre. Whether that be under Bellamy or one of his likely successors in Cam Smith or Billy Slater.

Doueihi would have to park any hopes of regularly playing in the halves, at least in the short term, but the opportunity to run out at centre for the Storm has to be an appealing one.

Much like with the Dragons, there's a likelihood that he'll have to take a pay cut than what he is currently on.

You'd have to imagine that the chance to rebuild a career that has been stalled due to injury in one of the game's best systems may be worth every missed dollar.