Manly have re-signed Dylan Walker for a further two seasons, with the Sea Eagles playmaker accepting a downgraded deal to remain with the northern beaches club.
Walker’s contract includes a clause that will allow Manly to review his salary following the 2020 season that could see a pay rise awarded to the Sea Eagle for the following year.
The Sea Eagles have also secured the contract of Samoan international Martin Taupau for another two seasons, according to The Daily Telegraph.
The Manly enforcer was out-of-contract at the end of 2020, but the club moved to secure Taupau for the future ahead of the November 1 deadline for rival clubs to be allowed to talk to opposition players.
Des Hasler will now look to locking down contracts for brothers Jake and Tom Trbojevic.