Injury-prone Broncos star Jack Bird is receiving no interest from rival NRL clubs, according to Fox Sports.
It emerged last week that Brisbane and Bird agreed on a release, with St George Illawarra, Canterbury and Penrith touted as potential landing spots.
Bird has endured a tough couple of seasons due to injuries since signing with the Broncos from the 2018 campaign, playing 17 of a possible 50 NRL matches.
The 24-year old is signed on a four-year deal which is estimated to be worth $900,000-a-season for the next two years.
The Broncos claim it was Bird's new management that approached the club about exploring opportunities elsewhere.
Brisbane would need to pay a significant amount of Bird's salary for the next two years if they move him on.