Son-of-a-gun CJ Mundine could be on the move, with the Rabbitohs believed to be circling the star Dragons junior.
The Daily Telegraph is reporting that Souths is one of a number of clubs trying to lure Mundine from the club his father, prominent boxer Anthony Mundine, represented for seven years at senior level, with the Bulldogs, Raiders and Titans also believed to be in the race.
The five-eighth is believed to have held talks with South Sydney in recent days as he weighs up his future.
Anthony Mundine said sentiment won't play a role in his son's decision.
“I have a soft spot for the Dragons, they’re my junior club," Mundine told The Daily Telegraph.
"I played Harold Matthews, SG Ball, Jersey Flegg and made my debut in 1993 there.
"I have a long history with the Dragons and I’d love to see my son perform there but he has to make the right decision for him.”
Anthony Mundine's senior rugby league career spanned eight years across two clubs.