Two of the most exciting wingers in the NRL are set to stay, with the Melbourne Storm poised to announce the re-signings of Josh Addo-Carr and Suliasi Vunivalu.
Addo-Carr is already contracted to the club until the end of 2019, but the SMH.com.au is reporting that the former Wests Tigers winger has agreed to terms for a further two years.
The new deal will keep the try scoring machine in Melbourne until the end of the 2021 season.
Vunivalu is also contracted for next season but if Addo-Carr is a try scoring machine, Vunivalu is something else.
Since making his debut last season, Vunivalu has been setting the NRL alight with his try scoring antics. He recently broke the record for most tries scored in a player’s first two seasons of first grade.
The Storm are obviously very keen to keep Vunivalu in Melbourne and have tabled a new contract that would lock him in at the club until the end of 2020.
The good news doesn't end there though for the Storm, with the SMH.com.au also reporting that superstar fullback Billy Slater is expected to play on next season.
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