The Daily Telegraph is reporting that the Segeyaro is in the final stages of getting a release from his contract with English Super League club Leeds. Once that paperwork is finalised, Segeyaro will be free to sign a deal with the Sharks.
It’s expected that Segeyaro will officially sign with the Cronulla club, possibly in the next 48-hours, until the end of 2018 and could be available for their next match.
Given Brailey’s early season form, Segeyaro could spend a few weeks playing NSW Cup to get match fitness before making his debut for the club.
Would you still sign James Segeyaro after Jayden Braileys form?
— Sharks Obsessed (@SharksObsessed) March 15, 2017