Brisbane young gun David Fifita could be set to attract offers from rival NRL clubs for as much as $700,000 per season.
A string of clubs are reportedly queuing up for the 19-year-old, trying to entice the second-rower with lucrative contract offers.
Fifita is able to field offers from rival clubs as of November 1, and may find it hard to knock back the projected amounts that could be on offer to him.
The Broncos are yet to table an offer to Fifita, who featured in Queensland's State of Origin team this year.
Both Parramatta and the New Zealand Warriors have shown interest in the Broncos youngster.
Fifita is considered to be one of the next big things within the NRL.
He was rated by recruitment veteran Peter Mulholland and Fox League commentator Andrew Voss as the best schoolboy talent the duo have seen.
It is unknown whether Brisbane would have the financial means to match any offer of the $700,000 region, with the Broncos already intent on retaining the services of pair Matt Lodge and Tevita Pangai Jr.