Out-of-contract Maroons winger Corey Oates is set to sign a new three-year deal with the Brisbane Broncos.
Oates has played 132 NRL matches and 89 tries since joining the Broncos in 2013, with The Courier Mail's Peter Badel confirming the 24-year-old has signed a new multi-year deal at Suncorp Stadium.
“Corey Oates is staying at the Broncos,” Badel said.
“Last year, he waited nine months to sort out his future. He only signed a one-year deal in October.
“Now, he’s looking at a multi-year deal.
“Brisbane have tabled a three-year offer worth $500,000 a season. A $1.5 million package.
“That will be enough to keep Corey Oates at Red Hill.
“He doesn’t want to leave Brisbane. The Broncos don’t want to lose him and I think you’ll find at the end of this Origin series he will re-sign with the Broncos.”