Manly NRL star Michael Monaghan will make a decision on where he will play next year within the next two days, according to his manager. Monaghan, who has been granted a release from his contract at the Sea Eagles next year, was reportedly set to announce his signing with English Super League clubs Warrington or Hull for 2008. But manager Jim Banaghan said after a meeting with the playmaker that Monaghan was still no closer to making a final decision. "Nothing will be resolved until Wednesday," Banaghan said. "We're doing a phone hook up with him tonight and we'll go through some issues there and talk to the NRL clubs tomorrow and then make a decision." Banaghan said he was working through a "mountain" of interested clubs with formal offers believed to have come from three English Super League clubs and NRL outfit the Wests Tigers. But he also wouldn't rule out Monaghan staying with the Sea Eagles in 2008. "It's always an option, we haven't closed the gate on anything at this stage," Banaghan said. "Michael would prefer to stay in the NRL, he's made no bones about that, but he has to sit down, and if this is going to be his penultimate contract he may as well make it a good one." Tigers coach Tim Sheens said he believed a deal to take Monaghan to England had already been done. "As I understand it, the thing with England is pretty well done," Sheens said. "We discussed at one stage what he was earning was something we'd be interested in paying but not what he's now currently being offered. "England just blew everyone out of the water." Sheens made no secret of the fact Monaghan would be a welcome addition to the Tigers' playing ranks. "He's a player that would give us a bit of depth in that position (halfback)," Sheens said. "I'm not denying we're interested in the kid but that doesn't mean I'm disappointed in (Tigers halfback) John (Morris). "It's just every year that (injury) happens with Benji we're in a bit of trouble and that fact that John has had a lot of experience at six was very much in the back of my mind when I had a sit-down with Monaghan." The best thing Monnaghan could do is get rid of his dickhead manager.