Ryan Hall of Leeds Rhinos during the BetFred Super League match between Hull FC and Leeds Rhinos at KCOM Stadium on April 19, 2018 in Hull, England. (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

The Sydney Roosters have turned their attentions to Canterbury’s Brett Morris and Leeds Rhinos’ Ryan Hall, as they look to find a replacement for the Parramatta-bound Blake Ferguson, according to foxsports.com.au.

With Ferguson leaving the club at season’s end, the Roosters have a spot open on the win, and have circled the names of Morris and Hall as potential replacements.

Morris’ contract with the Bulldogs runs out at the end of the season, and the Roosters have come knocking, with the 31-year-old still a consistent performer.

Hall is one of England’s most damaging flyers, and has an incredible try scoring record in the Super League.

Since joining the Rhinos in 2007, Hall has 229 tries from 322 games, and has also crossed 36 times for England in just 38 Tests.

According to Tony Adams, a deal for Hall is close.

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