The former Kiwi international debuted at the New Zealand Warriors in 2015, enjoying a strong six-and-a-half seasons at the club before moving to Australia to pursue a short stint with the Wests Tigers.
Despite only spending 18 months in Concord, Maumalo was named one of the club's five captains, leading the club out on a number of occasions before being released to the Titans in March this year.
While the 29-year-old has a strong resume, including a Dally M Winger of the Year award in 2019, the flanker couldn't earn a single game for the Titans this year as the likes of Alofiana Khan-Pereira, Jojo Fifita and others locked down the wing spots.
Instead, Maumalo spent the entirety of 2023 with the Burleigh Bears, falling short in their 22-18 loss to the Brisbane Tigers in the Queensland Cup's grand final last weekend.
However, it appears his time in the sunshine state is drawing to a close with LeedsLive confirming that Maumalo has been offered up to Super League clubs effective immediately, despite having two seasons left on his Gold Coast deal.
A metre-eating winger who also managed to find the white line 63 times during his NRL career, there is a number of English clubs with open quota spots in line to talk to the hulking outside back.