2023 Rumoured and confirmed signings (NON-DISCUSSION THREAD).

Moses 5 Year extension at the Eels till end of 2028.

Parramatta star Mitchell Moses looks set to play out the remainder of his career in blue and gold after the club officially confirmed a five-year contract extension until at least the end of 2028 season.

Moses' new deal will be for three years until 2026 plus an option for an additional two years after months of played-out contract negotiations with the club.

Wests Tigers backflipped on Joe Ofahengaue's proposed mid-season move to the Eels, despite the Tigers' 2022 player of the year undergoing a medical at Parramatta.

According to The Sydney Morning Herald, the Tigers held a meeting on Wednesday night that determined Ofahengaue wouldn't be released before the weekend, and would be available to play in Luke Brooks' 200th game against the Cowboys on Saturday.

While the switch has been delayed, it's likely the former Origin star's release will take place next week as Parramatta desperately look for players due to an injury crisis in their forward pack.
The Bulldogs have signed a classy young outside back from Queensland.

Melino Fineanganofo from the Western Clydesdales club in Toowoomba is a blockbusting 24-year-old centre who has been scoring plenty of tries in the Hostplus Cup.

"Our scouts speak highly of him and we are giving him six weeks training prior to Christmas," Bulldogs boss Phil Gould told Wide World of Sports.

"We will see how he goes from there. Plenty of other clubs were trying to get him away from Toowoomba as well so we believe we have got ourselves a talented player."

Souths sign potential Burgess successor​

Souths have signed a teenage giant from North Queensland - and he could be the successor to Tom Burgess as the Rabbitohs' main go-forward man.

Jason Hallie is just 18 but is already playing against men in the toughest spot of all - front row - in A grade in Cairns.

The 110 kg giant is still growing and bagged four tries in one game in the Mal Meninga Cup for Northern Pride prop against Mackay Cutters earlier this season to gain the attention of several NRL clubs.
The Panthers are in danger of losing one of the key figures in their back-to-back premiership successes - under-rated back-rower Scott Sorensen.
Penrith want to keep Sorensen but the forward is one of the lowest-paid players on their roster and is attracting good money offers from rival clubs.

From the buzzard
I saw a rumour that the Roosters want to sign Ben Hunt for the next two years, so maybe they want to move on one of their more expensive players to accommodate him.

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