during the round five NRL match between the Wests Tigers and the St George Illawarra Dragons at ANZ Stadium on April 2, 2017 in Sydney, Australia.

Troubled millionaire teen Moses Suli is set to join his third club in just over a month.

Mario Tarak, Suli’s manager, was spotted with Manly officials at Narrabeen on Thursday.

Manly will hand Suli an NRL lifeline, with him scheduled to begin training next Monday with the Northern Beaches club.

The 19-year old impressed in his first season of first grade with the Wests Tigers last season, before signing with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.

That stint lasted only a month, with the Bulldogs and Suli mutually agreeing to part ways.

Suli has been criticised for his ‘lazy attitude’ toward playing professional rugby league and was ultimately given several warnings by Canterbury before they pulled the plug on his three-year contract.

With a playing weight of around 110kg, there have been reports that the youngster’s weight has blown out to around 130kg which was one of the factors for the Bulldogs to cut ties with him.

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