The season might be heading towards the finals series, but the transfer news across the NRL is heating up. Here is all the latest news and rumours.
Tigers, Cowboys set to enter chase for Thompson
Luke Thompson is reportedly being shopped by the Bulldogs as the club attempt to free up some salary cap space.
Trent Barrett is currently undertaking a full blown roster revamp, having made six signings ahead of the 2022 season.
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Suli in the Dragons' sights, again
The Dragons were previously keen on signing Suli after his breakout 2019 season with the Sea Eagles, but the centre rejected the club outright in signing a new long-term deal to stay on the Northern Beaches.
It appears the Red V are ready to go after the now out of favour centre once again though, with Suli struggling to break into a consistent first grade spot this season.
Bulldogs set to chase veteran half Pearce
New Bulldogs' director of football Phil Gould is also known to be a massive fan of Pearce, however, salary cap constraints may make the move difficult if they can't move on the aforementioned Thompson.
FULL STORY: Bulldogs set to chase surprise target
Kikau slams fake news as he denies Dragons' chase
The Penrith star came out this week and slammed the reports as "fake news" though, saying he had no intentions of leaving the Panthers where he got his start.
Kikau's slamming of the news followed coach Anthony Griffin saying the club hadn't discussed an offer for Kikau.
Broncos keen on a Walsh return
Dragons set to hunt Moeaki Fotuaika
Fotuaika has become one of the best props in the game, consistently playing big minutes and churning out excellent performances in the Gold Coast jumper.
FULL STORY: Dragons set to go Titan chasing for star forward
Roosters snipe Broncos' young guns
Both playing in the front row, the brothers are already Queensland junior boxing champions outside of rugby league. Xavier at the age of 17 will be pushing for first grade honours in the coming years. De La Salle, at just 15, is already bigger than many of the current NRL front rowers.
Both have signed deals through to the end of 2024 with the Roosters.
Ponga set to stay in Newcastle despite Watson departure
Kalyn Ponga has detailed his plan to stay in the Hunter and take a player option on his contract for 2023 and 2024.
The star fullback, who is best mates with Connor Watson, has been linked with a move away from the Hunter, but detailed his desire and commitment to win a premiership for the club.
Watson signed a new contract with the Sydney Roosters, opting to leave despite the Knights reportedly offering him a better deal.
FULL STORY: Ponga makes decision on future in the Hunter
David Klemmer not shutting down move back to Belmore
Reportedly frustrated with spending so much time coming off the bench, the former New South Wales Origin prop has seen the writing on the wall with Newcastle re-signing both Daniel and Jacob Saifiti on long-term deals.
Klemmer didn't hint at an early release though, telling the media it was a case of wait and see at the end of his current contract, which expires at the end of 2023.
FULL STORY: Klemmer open to Kennel comeback
Roosters rubbish Taukeiaho transfer story
Calling the claims "garbage", Robinson also acknowledged just how well he and Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, who has also been linked with a move out of Bondi, have played in the face of multiple injuries throughout 2022.
FULL STORY: Robinson fires on transfer claim for star prop
Bullemor reportedly on Manly's radar
Bullemor has been on the fringe of first grade up until this season, but has become a permanent member of the Brisbane bench for much of season 2022 in Kevin Walters' struggling side.
While he isn't on an enormous salary, the Broncos are known to want to bring experience to the club in the front row, meaning Bullemor could well be a casualty if Manly are showing genuine interest.
FULL STORY: Manly reportedly keen on Broncos’ young gun
Bulldogs set to chase Damien Cook's understudy, Joshua Cook
Phil Gould's arrival at Belmore, and combination with coach Trent Barrett, continues to rebuild the roster, and Cook will be yet another young hooker added to the mix.
While Joshua Cook is yet to make his NRL debut, it's understood he well and truly would have if not for a shoulder injury and the following COVID situation.
OFFICIAL: Cronulla bring back former assistant coach Price
Price has been coaching at Warrington since 2018, where he has won a Challenge Trophy and made a Super League grand final. Price was an assistant coach in two NRL premierships, for the Dragons in 2010 and Sharks in 2016.
King heading to Melbourne in 2022
King will join the Victorian club from next season after six seasons with the Knights, first making his NRL debut with the club in 2016.
FULL STORY: Knights' forward finds new home for 2022
Titans set to chase Melbourne back-up hooker Booth
FULL STORY: Titans reportedly sign Storm hooker for 2022
Roosters' lock in Butcher brothers
Nat Butcher will continue his career with the Roosters until the end of the 2024 season. Egan has signed on for one season less, his deal to run until the end of the 2023 season.
Adam Clune set for shift north
Clune has featured at times for the Dragons this season, but hasn't regularly been able to take a spot in the halves, caught behind Ben Hunt, Corey Norman, and battling Talatau Amone and Jayden Sullivan.
Clune has made 25 NRL appearances.
FULL STORY: Dragons half set for new club, per report
Marzhew has been something of a revelation this season at the Titans, and now is a permanent fixture on the wing in Justin Holbrook's side.
Interest was reportedly high from other clubs.
FULL STORY: Hard-running Titans back signs on
Bulldogs set to land Josh Stuckey
Canterbury are understood to have secured the services of Norther Pride forward Josh Stuckey for next season.
Stuckey has flourished for the Pride this season, playing 14 matches and recording eight tries to go along with his efficient tackling rates and strong metres per game.
FULL STORY: Bulldogs land Queensland Cup gun, per report
OFFICIAL: Melbourne lock-in duo of re-signings
Grant, a prop, and Lumelume, a winger, have all featured rarely for the Storm this season. The duo are both seen as depth signings in the Melbourne system.
FULL STORY: Storm announce signing spree