Ex-NRL star Sonny Bill Williams could be considering a return to rugby league in Australia, after a big offer from his former club the Canterbury Bulldogs.
The 33-year-old currently plies his trade for Auckland in the Super Rugby competition, but according to Wide World of Sports, is in informal talks with the Dogs over a move back home.
Williams is still close with a number of figures at the clubs, and was reportedly set to present the Canterbury players with their jerseys in New Zealand last week, before the Christchurch tragedy left him unable to fulfill the duty.
Williams began his rugby league career with the Dogs in 2004, and was a member of the side up until 2008, before he left the NRL.
He returned in 2013 to lead the Roosters to premiership glory, and has 118 first grade appearances to his name.
The Dogs began their 2019 season in disastrous form, going down to the Warriors 40-6.