Gold Coast’s Jai Arrow is set to be highly wanted man should he hit the open market.
According to The Australian’s Brent Read, the Queensland forward is already gauging interest from several clubs.
Off-contract at the end of 2020, Arrow can begin negotiations with rival clubs from November 1.
“I’m getting some mail that Arrow may hit the open market,” Read told Triple M.
“Obviously they’ll be trying really hard to keep him, Mal (Meninga) has made him a real priority.
“But the latest suggestion is that he’ll go to market on November 1 and he will be absolutely inundated with offers.
“He’s going to have a fistful of clubs coming at him with a lot of cash.
“The Gold Coast Titans and Justin Holbrook have a massive fight on their hands.”
Arrow told reports on Thursday his preference was to remain a Titan.
“I’ve spoken to my manager twice, he asked me if I wanted to know what’s going on and I said ‘No, not really until you’ve finalised everything’,” he said.
“I’ve seen players get caught up in contract negotiations, it just hasn’t worked and it wouldn’t work for me, so I just try and stay out of that.”
Asked if he would tempted to join a bigger club, the 24-year old replied: “To be honest, no it’s not really, I love it here.”