Only Sironen and Funa have their futures sorted, with Sironen heading to England to play for the St Helens Saints in the Super League, while the 23-year-old Funa will play for the New South Wales Waratahs, with the rugby union club making an official announcement on Wednesday morning.
The news is not so good for Suli, Gosiewski and Saddler, with Manly releasing the trio despite their futures in the sport being less than secure.
Suli would appear to be the one in with the highest chance of landing a contract. He has been heavily linked with the St George Illawarra Dragons, however, as yet, no official announcement has been made.
It could be reasonably suggested he has a deal lined up somewhere though, given the Sea Eagles agreed to release the hard-hitting centre from the final year of his deal.
Gosiewski, a second-rower, has struggled with injury throughout 2021, being limited to just six appearances for the Sea Eagles.
He has struggled to find a place in Des Hasler's side, and as yet, has no contract lined up for 2022.
Saddler, a 22-year-old, who plays in the middle third, but can also shift to the second-row, is also without a contract.
The Bathurst-born youngster made three appearances in the 2022 season, however, they all came from the bench and with limited minutes. While he has been unable to break into the NRL, his immense talent would make it surprising if he couldn't find a contract for 2022.
The announcement from the club leaves question marks over current off-contract duo Sione Fainu and Dylan Walker. Jorge Taufua and Morgan Boyle were officially re-signed by the club on the same day as the departures were confirmed.
Walker is expected to re-sign with the club, although speculation arose over the weekend that he may look for a move as he looks to break back into a starting 13 in the NRL.