SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 14: Kelepi Tanginoa of the Sea Eagles is tackled during the round 18 NRL match between the Manly Sea Eagles and the Melbourne Storm at Lottoland on July 14, 2018 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Jason McCawley/Getty Images)

Manly forward Kelepi Tanginoa has reportedly signed a deal to join Wakefield in the Super League, according to Wide World of Sports.

The 25-year-old has only played in three of Manly’s matches this season, but has been named in their 21-man squad most weeks.

The back-rower was given permission to speak with opposition clubs recently, and was eventually convinced to make the move to England by Wakefield.

Tanginoa has played 32 games in the NRL since making his debut in 2013, playing 13 for the Eels, three for the Cowboys and 16 for the Sea Eagles.

Wakefield are currently fourth in the Super League, with a win-loss record of 8-6.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Due to injuries, etc, he hasn’t reached his potential yet.
    Good luck if you move on.
    Here’s some red hot goss for yas, Penn family getting ready to sell Manly.

  2. Manly could be making room for Liam Knight or Jimmy the Jet (who was spotted chatting to Manly officials recently).

    RIP Quentin

  3. Penns selling be awesome. Don’t really want Liam knight back, don’t think he has or ever will fill his potential he had.
    As for James Roberts, obviously very good player who will still improve, but had a lot of baggage and wouldn’t want to pay 800k or anything for him

  4. Kelepi hasn’t shown much in his time at manly. Im sure Des will use his money from the cap wisely. Twent made some really dumb purchasing decision’s in the past along with Bozo. Time to clear the decks again.

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