BATHURST, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 30: Curtis Scott of the Storm watches on during the round three NRL match between the Penrith Panthers and the Melbourne Storm at Carrington Park on March 30, 2019 in Bathurst, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

Melbourne’s premiership-winning centre Curtis Scott appears to be on the outside looking in at the Storm, with Wide World of Sports reporting rival clubs are free to talk to the 21-year-old.

Despite Scott playing in the Storm’s 2017 triumph and looking like a young star heading into this season, coach Craig Bellamy hasn’t seen enough from the New South Welshman, which culminated in him being dropped two weeks ago.

Scott turned out for the Storm’s feeder club Sunshine Coast in their mammoth 72-4 win over the weekend, yet failed to get his name on the list of try scorers.

It is understood Bellamy has told those close to him Scott isn’t living up to his potential, with clubs now set to look at the youngster.

Scott is still contracted at the Storm until the end of the 2021 season.

9 COMMENTS

  1. Penrith could do with a good Centre….. Whare to injury prone….. DWZ belongs at fullback and there’s a massive void in the centers ever since Peachey left

  2. “Bellamy has told those close to him Scott isn’t living up to his potential”………well that’s Bellamy’s job, to unlock his potential

  3. Its the coach’s job to unlock the potential but the individual has to own that potential and want to use it.

    I would be wary of any player that Bellamy rejects in this fashion. He doesn’t do this too often and never so publicly. It could just be a personality clash but buyer beware.

  4. sOUFFFFFFFFFS “TRANSIT LOUNGE” have two options now. Roberts and Scott, How much money in brown paper bags under the table is Russell Crowe going to give these two duds to get both of them there❔❓❔❓❔❓

    Hows the new cubby house/stadium going at Heffron Park sHaDoW🥴🙃🤪😫😖😤🤔😜

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