NRL News, Sydney Roosters Reveals Kyle Flanagan While Bulldogs Pounce on...

The Sydney Roosters reportedly released young halfback Kyle Flanagan after just a single season at the club.

The Australian reports that this morning the Tricolors filed papers with the NRL that will terminate Flanagan’s contract a year early.

Flanagan wrote on his Instagram: “Shocked and disappointed. I want to thank everyone involved with my time at the Roosters. A roller coaster year, but full of memories that I will remember forever. ”

The 22-year-old moved on to Trent Robinson’s consecutive former premieres ahead of the 2020 season, touted as a future replacement for veteran playmaker Cooper Cronk.

Just a few weeks ago, Flanagan felt the heat of the NRL microscope as he was severely blamed for a loss to the Raiders that ended the Roosters’ dreams of a three-goal in the Premier League.

Following the defeat, the Bondi club reportedly started a season review that included a close look at their roster and Flanagan’s place in it.

Rooster’s halfback Kyle Flanagan (C) during their loss to Canberra at the end of the season. (Getty)

It looks like he’s outside. The Bulldogs are reportedly set to win the boy on a three-year contract.

The Daily Telegraph reports that Flanagan put Trent Barrett’s Bulldogs on paper after his former club Cronulla breached a million dollar deal reported by Canterbury.

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