NRL 2020: Dane Gagai contract, future, South Sydney Rabbitohs, transfer whispers,...

South Sydney faces the battle to keep one of their stars from their country of origin. According to reports, a number of cashed clubs are ready to pounce.

Meanwhile, a striker is tied to the Super League and the Broncos have an important cowboy in their sights.

Read on for the latest Transfer Whispers.

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The Rabbitohs face the prospect of losing the gun outside of Dane Gagai The daily telegraph Phil Rothfield reports that “half a dozen” clubs are keen on the Queensland Origin star.

Gagai will no longer have a contract as of 2022 and beyond and can speak to rivals.

Rothfield says the cap is already filled with big money players – and the club will announce Latrell Mitchell’s extension – which means the Bunnies will have to face a fight to keep Gagai.

“Go through their list and I’ll give you some players who are really big bucks: Damien Cook; Adam Reynolds; Cameron Murray; Cody Walker and Jai Arrow just joined the club for $ 700.00 per year, ”said Rothfield Big sports breakfast.

“You could probably add Campbell Graham and Tom Burgess to that list of players with more than $ 500,000 and in the next week or two they’ll be getting a new three-year deal for Latrell Mitchell worth $ 800,000 to $ 850,000 per season announce.

“That leaves a man named Dane Gagai – who was the best player on the field in Adelaide – without a contract and I think they’ll have to fight to keep it because a lot of money clubs are looking to sign it . ”

The 29-year-old was arguably the best player on the field when the Origin series kicked off last Wednesday and his form undoubtedly caught the attention of rivals. With 203 NRL games, 14 Origin appearances and five Tests for Australia, Gagai is quick to get caught if South Sydney can’t offer him a new deal that’s worth it.

If the Rabbitohs lose Gagai, it will be the second player to slip through their hands due to cap pressure after reports that Corey Allan could be released due to cap pressure.

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Striker Albert Vete has emerged as a target for Super League club Hull Kingston Rovers.

Vete, who played six times for the Storm this year, has played 54 NRL games after his time with the Warriors and then in Melbourne.

The 27-year-old, who has also represented Tonga, is expected to sign a deal this week. Total RL Reports.

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BRONCOS EYE RIVAL PLAYMAKER

Cowboys playmaker Scott Drinkwater has emerged as a target for the Brisbane Broncos.

Drinkwater left the Storm in 2019 to play fullback with the Cowboys.

However, with the arrival of Valentine Holmes and the advent of Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow, it fell in half in 2020.

Drinkwater played as the five-eighth of the Cowboys for most of last season, scoring two goals and preparing 19 attempts.

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However, the Broncos are committed to securing Drinkwater’s services, reports The Courier Mail.

Drinking water is no longer contracted by the end of 2021, and the Broncos are lacking options in their spine.

Darius Boyd’s resignation, Jack Bird’s move to the Dragons and the departure of Sean O’Sullivan to the Warriors mean there are plenty of seats available for Drinkwater.

The Broncos have their eyes on Scott Drinkwater. Image: Alix SweeneyThose: News Corp Australia

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