Walters is keen to keep Andrew McCullough going while the wage...

Walters is keen to keep Andrew McCullough going while the wage...
Walters is keen to keep Andrew McCullough going while the wage...

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA – MAY 3: Andrew McCullough of the Broncos passes the ball during the NRL ninth round game between the Brisbane Broncos and the Canterbury Bulldogs at Suncorp Stadium on May 3, 2018 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris / Getty Images)

Newly appointed Brisbane manager Kevin Walters faces tight pressure on the salary cap after Andrew McCullough returns from Newcastle after a hapless season south of the Tweed Sport confidential.

McCullough was released for the Knights earlier this year. A clause in his contract allowed him to return to Brisbane for 2021 if Newcastle was not interested in his services for the next season.

The former Maroons hooker suffered an end-of-season hamstring injury that affected his tenure with the Knights. The Broncos hoped that in a successful season, the 30-year-old’s $ 600,000 deal would have been kept away from Red Hill.

Despite much of Jack Bird’s $ 975,000 deal for the Dragons, Walters hopes to extradite McCullough as the Broncos struggle to keep his high salary.

Walters has planned a major overhaul of the list at the Broncos, with McCullough being just one of many names under pressure to leave the club.

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