Goodwin was previously at the Rabbitohs from 2013-2017, playing 100 games and was labelled as a very consistent and honest performer during that time.
The Rabbitohs see value in the 33-year-old with reports the deal is set to happen almost immediately, creating more questions over Inglis’ future in the game.
Rumours have been circulating that Inglis being close to calling it quits. The uphill battle against injury and mental health means that this could become a reality.
Goodwin, son of the legendary ‘Lord’ Ted Goodwin, would slot in as an experienced 200-gamer for the Bunnies, with his versatility allowing him to play almost anywhere in the backline.