GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - MAY 18: Max King of the Titans runs the ball during the round 10 NRL match between the Gold Coast Titans and the Canterbury Bulldogs at Cbus Super Stadium on May 18, 2019 in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

Exciting Titans forward Max King is the latest name to be in the mix for a move away from the Gold Coast, as teams begin to line-up offers before the transfer deadline on June 30.

King has been linked to an immediate move to Melbourne Storm, reports league identity The Mole.

King joins a list of Titans players who could find themselves in new colours this mid-season following speculation that Tyrone Peachey could make a return to Penrith in the coming weeks.

Since making his debut for the Titans in 2017, King has impressed across his 38 matches on the Gold Coast.

Although King has struggled to make the top 17 in recent weeks, having to ply his trade for feeder club Tweed at the Intrust Super Cup, he has managed to gain attraction from the Storm.

The Titans have been hit with numerous changes to their 2019 squad, with Morgan Boyle and Jaxson Paulo making moves to Manly and South Sydney respectively.

Gold Coast were able to boost their halfback stocks however, with the addition of Tanah Boyd from the Broncos earlier this week.

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  1. How would you know where you are as a player at the Titans?
    So many players come & go there that it’s hard to keep up.

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