SMH.com.au Jarryd Hayneâ€˜s manager, Wayne Beavis, has been whispering to rival clubs that Hayne will test his worth on the open market as the Parramatta Eels stock up on big-name backs. Squeezing Hayne in under the cap in years to come will be a challenge if Israel Folauâ€˜s management team get its way. Take it as fact â€“ the asking price from Folauâ€™s agent is $1 million a season. Good judges in the game say that is about $400,000 more than his market value. Folau is not being greedy. He has had talks with the Eels without his agent and knows what he is worth. Hayne will be a prime target for teams across league, rugby and perhaps even AFL when he comes off contract at the end of next season. The issue for the Eels is that they will have about $2 million invested in Will Hopoate, Chris Sandow and Folau.