Cronulla five-eighth Kyle Flanagan is likely to sign with the Sydney Roosters before the June 30 transfer deadline, according to a report by The Daily Telegraph.
It comes as the 20-year old is about to lose his first-grade position to the returning Shaun Johnson from injury.
Sydney would be a valuable landing spot for Flanagan, where he would fill in for Luke Keary and learn under veteran halfback Cooper Cronk.
In further news, his dad, Shane Flanagan, is being courted by the Canterbury Bulldogs.
The former Sharks coach is currently serving his indefinite ban but is likely to be cleared to return in 2021, where he could take over the top job at Belmore from Dean Pay.
Flanagan has reportedly been approached by a member of the Bulldogs, who believe that the 2016 premiership coach is the man that could rebuild the club.
Canterbury would need to get a clearance from the NRL for Flanagan to return to coaching.