SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 13: Greg Inglis and Bryson Goodwin of the Rabbitohs celebrate with Alex Johnston of the Rabbitohs after he scored a try during the round six NRL match between the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the North Queensland Cowboys at ANZ Stadium on April 13, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

Speculation over icon Greg Inglis’ retirement has increased with South Sydney looking to sign versatile player Bryson Goodwin from Warrington according to reports by Nine News.

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.

7 COMMENTS

  1. souffffths “Transit Lounge” working overtime. That will make 11 new imports if they sign Goodwin since the Roosters knocked them out of the comp last season.💪🐔👍11 imports in one off season.😂🤣😁😆😂

  2. What is your problem? You are entirely obnoxious… you should leave this site in peace rather than spreading all your toxic waste. Bryson Goodwin, as said in the article, is consistently good player and could really do the bunnies some good.

  3. I did not say any thing against Goodwin, I’m just stating a fact that soufffths have gone crazy in the off season buying players and are still trying to buy a premiership with another import in round 5. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂💪🐔👍

  4. Amazed rabbits have the cap space for him as Inglis will still be under the cap for this year and next

  5. WoodChook, that’s a case of the pot calling the kettle black when you suggest the Rabbitohs are trying to buy a premiership. That’s exactly what the Rorters did last year. As for the possibility of Greg Inglis retiring from the game, what a great shame, one of the all time greats. Good luck to him in whatever his decision.

  6. Yes Biff, every team buys a premiership including your Melbourne outfit. I’m just reminding a few nutters on here mainly from souffffths and Penrith who think their modern day premierships, were filled with locally born juniors. 🤣😂😆😁

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