With less than a month remaining for clubs to finalise their squads for the back-end of the season, NRL clubs are placing the transfer market into a frenzy.
In the past week, the Dragons, Broncos and Bulldogs have been in the transfer spotlight, among several other sides already preparing list management calls for the upcoming August 1 deadline and beyond.
Canterbury emerges as potential destination for Paul Vaughan
Canterbury have emerged as a possible new home for former Dragon Paul Vaughan.
Vaughan was sacked last week by the Dragons after he hosted a party at his house with a number of Dragons players despite Greater Sydney's lockdown rules preventing such gatherings.
Dragons’ outside back set for second stint overseas
The Fijian international, who has played nine games for the island nation to go with his 45 NRL appearances and 77 English Super League appearances, has made the decision to hop codes. He will join Perpignan
Dragons lock Warriors’ enforcer in on short-term deal
The Warriors' youngster will be with the Dragons from today until the end of July as the club and competition relocates to Queensland.
Two-way fight breaks out for off-contract Aaron Woods
It's understood that Woods won't be offered a new contract to stay in the Shire at the end of this season, and he is exploring his options elsewhere.
Rival clubs setting sights on Eels five-eighth
According to Read's report, the 21-year-old is gaining interest from a number of clubs, with interested suitors likely to come calling from November 1 - as the Eels half remains contracted until the end of next season.
Croft confident about remaining at Red Hill despite signings for 2022
Brisbane halfback Brodie Croft has admitted that recent changes at the Broncos have left him feeling under pressure as his future at the club remains clouded.
The 15th placed Broncos have won just four games this season and suffered a humiliating 46-0 loss to the Rabbitohs last month, which led to the immediate departure of general manager of football Peter Nolan and head of performance Andrew Croll.
Gold Coast utility reportedly keen to test Super League
English publication Yorkshire Live are reporting that Peachey's management have reached out to Super League clubs in the last week, despite the Titans attempting to hold onto their own version of Mr Fix It.
Bulldogs’ half reportedly on the outer as Barrett’s revamp continues
Despite being called into the side at the last minute for last week's game with the Sydney Roosters, where he replaced Kyle Flanagan, reports suggest Lewis won't be offered a new deal to stay in blue and white into 2022.
Bulldogs centre Will Hopoate tipped for Saints move
Canterbury centre Will Hopoate is reportedly nearing a move to the Saints, but it won't be with St George Illawarra.
The off-contract Bulldog has been closely linked to the Super League, with reigning champions St Helens understood to be nearing agreement on a two-year deal, according to The Daily Telegraph.
Super League club signs pair of NRL forwards
The Daily Telegraph is reporting the pair have signed three-year deals and will head overseas in 2022.
Dragons ramp up push for Storm lock
St George Illawarra are understood to be ramping up their bid to land Melbourne veteran Dale Finucane.
Future at Concord in doubt for Tigers veteran
Wests centre Joey Leilua's future at Concord looks to be fading, with the hard-nosed outside-back left out of the Tigers' 30-man squad that has ventured to Queensland.
The Tigers - along with the rest of the Sydney sides, Knights, Storm, Warriors and Raiders - packed their bags for a trip north of the Tweed to keep the 2021 season alive.
FULL STORY: Future of Tigers veteran Joseph Leilua in doubt
Walters and Son: How the Broncos have once again become the family club
According to Fox Sports, the first-year coach and club legend has signed his son Billy from the West Tigers.
Milford’s new home reportedly down to two clubs
Although it is known that Anthony Milford won't be a Bronco next season, his future home is still up in the air.
According to the 27-year-old's management, the Queenslander will play in the NRL next season, with reports stating that a move to the English Super League is not on the cards.
Dogs seek answers about dumped Dragon
Despite having his rich deal shredding by St George Illawarra, suspended forward Paul Vaughan looks almost certain to go from the doghouse to the kennel by joining the transfer happy Bulldogs.
However, before Vaughan can sign on the dotted line and trade his red and white jersey for a blue and white one, the Belmore club has reportedly asked the NRL to clarify the 30-year-old's suspension circumstances.
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Pangai Jr tests pair of Sydney club's patience
Unwanted Bronco Tevita Pangai Jr is still yet to commit to any of his current suitors.
Journalist Brent Read has stated that Wests and Canterbury were still in the race for the 25-year-old's signature, but that they had both been made to wait longer than expected.