The 2021 NRL season is finally over, with clubs now placing their attention toward the off-season in order to finalise their rosters for the new year in hope of matching the Panthers' success.
Ex-Bronco lands at Sea Eagles
Bullemor was released by the Broncos last month amid speculation Manly would be the club to secure the prop's signature.
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Bulldogs prop taken off the market
Speculation surrounding the future of the prop had been rampant during the second half of the 2021 season, with other clubs rumoured to be interested in his services.
In addition to that, a number of high-profile signings, including Josh Addo-Carr, Matt Dufty, Matt Burton, Paul Vaughan and Tevita Pangai Junior have left the Bulldogs needing to shake some of their salary cap.
FULL STORY: Englishman tipped to stay at Belmore
Departing Sharks veteran reportedly finds new home
The Eels and Sea Eagles are among clubs that have been previously linked to the 30-year-old in recent months, who offers 233 games of NRL experience.
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Peachey heads Wests
It's understood the two-year deal is worth somewhere around the $750,000 mark, or roughly $375,000 per season for the ex-Titan.
FULL STORY: Peachey lands Concord move
Only Sironen and Funa have their futures sorted, with Sironen heading to England to play for the St Helens Saints in the Super League, while the 23-year-old Funa will play for the New South Wales Waratahs, with the rugby union club making an official announcement on Wednesday morning.
FULL STORY: Manly confirm list changes for 2022
James Roberts set to be handed NRL last chance deal
His contract with the Tigers expires at the end of the 2021 NRL season after the Tigers decided not to take up the club option in their favour for 2022, with Roberts reportedly on a figure close to $500,000 during his time in the top 30.
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Storm to farewell 11 players after failed premiership push
The Melbourne Storm have confirmed an enormous list of players will depart the club after they were knocked out in this year's preliminary final.
The departures of Dale Finucane (Cronulla Sharks), Nicho Hynes (Cronulla Sharks), Josh Addo-Carr (Canterbury Bulldogs), Brenko Lee (Brisbane Broncos), Max King (Canterbury Bulldogs), Aaron Pene (New Zealand Warriors) and Aaron Booth (Gold Coast Titans) were already known, however, the club have added another four players to the list today.
They are young hooker Tyson Smoothy, veteran half Ryley Jacks, 20-year-old five-eighth and Round 25 debutant Daniel Atkinson, and the South Australian Judda Turahui, who was linked with the Canterbury Bulldogs last week.
Bulldogs confirm tenth signing for 2022
Canterbury have confirmed the signing of South Sydney winger Braidon Burns to a two-year deal.
Burns' signature is the 10th signing for the Bulldogs ahead of the 2022 season, with a bevy of star names venturing to Belmore next year.
Burns brings 40 games of NRL experience to Trent Barrett's aid for next season, having played as a supporting role for the Rabbitohs across the past five seasons.
FULL STORY: Burns becomes a Bulldog
Rabbitohs confirm ten departing players after grand final loss
While it was already announced that Adam Reynolds (Brisbane Broncos), Dane Gagai (Newcastle Knights), Jaydn Su'A (St George Illawarra Dragons), Braidon Burns (Canterbury Bulldogs), Joshua Cook (Canterbury Bulldogs), Patrick Mago (Wigan Warriors) and Benji Marshall (retirement) were already leaving the club, the Rabbitohs have also confirmed Brock Gardner, Troy Dargan and Steven Marsters are also exiting the club.
READ MORE: Bunnies bid farewell to 10 names
Rabbitohs poised to lose young gun to interstate club
South Sydney youngster Brock Gardner is tipped to depart Redfern this off-season in favour of a move to the Raiders.
Gardner, who missed the 2021 season with an Achilles injury sustained early in the year, is believed to be in the sights of Canberra ahead of next season.
With the Raiders looking to bolster their attack, Gardner is believed to be on the move to the nation's capital, according to Wide World of Sports' The Mole.
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Rivals in the running for Eels second-rower
The 25-year-old was rumoured to already be speaking to a host of rival clubs in the run-in to the November 1 deadline, however, a name has now been put to a potential suitor.
FULL STORY: Parramatta forward continues to gain interest
Sharks, Warriors set to begin contract battle for rising star
A revelation at the back end of the 2021 season, Metcalf came into the Sharks side and immediately starred in the halves.
According to an The Daily Telegraph report, Metcalf is almost certain to sign on with the New Zealand Warriors for 2023, however, the club want him to join in 2022.
FULL STORY: Metcalf gaining interest from across the Tasman
Warriors release controversial prop for overseas opportunities
The 29-year-old had originally signed a two-year deal with the Warriors following his time at the Parramatta Eels. He was due to remain at the club until at least the end of the 2022 season.
However, a statement released by the Warriors on Friday morning confirming the release of Evans said that he had been released by mutual consent to chase opportunities in the English Super League.
READ MORE: Evans set for move abroad
Journeyman winger set for Broncos’ lifeline
Nene Macdonald would appear to be on the cusp of signing a deal with yet another NRL club.
The 27-year-old winger with 98 games of first grade experience under his belt will this Sunday play the Queensland Cup grand final with the Norths Devils.
Having previously played for the Sydney Roosters, Gold Coast Titans, St George Illawarra Dragons, North Queensland Cowboys and Cronulla Sharks, the Papua New Guinean flyer went without an NRL contract this season.
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