Eagles set to spread their wings JASON AVEDISSIAN 24jun05 THESE are the five Sea Eagles set to go on the NRL's open market feeding frenzy next week. Utility pair Luke Williamson and Shayne Dunley, hooker Chad Randall and centres Paul Stephenson and Steve Matai are all off contract and yet to settle their futures. Manly CEO Pat Wilson yesterday confirmed the off-contract players are "no certainty" of being secured before the anti-tampering deadline of midnight on June 30. He said the club was still assessing their financial situation with the deadline "at the forefront of everyone's mind". Wilson refused to speculate on which players the club would prefer to retain. "We are still working through salary cap issues," he said. "They understand the situation and over the next week we'll get closer to defining our exact position. "They are all in the same bucket." But it seems Manly have reached a stalemate with Matai and Stephenson. Matai's manager Gavin Orr said he was not impressed with an offer put forward. "The offer is not what we think Steve's value is right now," Orr said yesterday. "They've got to come back to us. "If it comes around to June 30 and he's not signed, I'm sure someone else will." It is believed Wests Tigers and the Sharks are interested in signing the young centre come next Friday. "I'm keen to stay but we have to work something out," Matai said yesterday. Meanwhile Stephenson appears certain to go on the open market. "At this stage we haven't heard anything from Manly," his manager Sam Ayoub said. "On that basis he will be (on the open market) come June 30." George Mimis, who manages Dunley, Williamson and Randall, said all three wanted to stay on the peninsula. Mimis said he hoped to meet the club early next week to strike deals for his contingent. "They have got a good culture going down there and are keen to stay," he said.