Shaun Johnson has been a big story since the opening season of the NRL outside of contract staff began on November 1.
It was today the head of Johnson's release from his current two-year contract to immediately wake up the Treaty of Australia.
The Kiwis superstar went to Instagram to thank his fans.
"Thank you to the boys and everyone who was involved in the work of the soldiers during the last eight years," writes Johnson.
"I really am grateful and never lose sight of how different my life could be if it was not for you all.
"I have nothing bad to say about anyone involved in the club, sometimes things just do not work, and I know they'll be sweet and take things where we all want them to be."
The sharks immediately appeared as favorites that attracted the gambler, and they were given the salary available after Valentine Holmes's departure.
It is understood that the club's recruiting team met on Wednesday to discuss the possibility and information on a possible offer.
Johnson's arrival will allow him to work with Chad Townsend at lunch, while Matt Moylan will return to the defendant if there is no Holmes. It would also leave coach Shane Flanagan's son Kyle one step further from the regular side of the NRL, although it's unclear how long Johnson will sign.
Several clubs would have the potential to reach him by 2020 if he signs a short-term contract, while Cronulla has only one club ready to pick him up right away.
Nine news reported that sharks would like to offer Johnson a three-year contract as soon as tomorrow.
There are speculations that Johnson might end up in Roosters 2020, with prevailing premieres looking for a replacement for Cooper Cronk when the playmaker is retired at the end of next year.
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Paying attention to SMITH after Munster signing
Melbourne Storm and the five-eighth Quincyan Cameron Munster have ended speculation about his future NRL, re-signing with the Storm by the end of 2023.
Storm confirmed that on May 24, Munster signed a new four-year contract on Wednesday announcing the club's Twitter feed.
Munster had the potential to be one of the competition's most favored free agents when his previous deal ended at the end of next season.
Instead, he is committed to staying in Melbourne after reporting that it depends on the interests of competing clubs.
"To be completely honest, I never had to go," Munster told News Corp Australia.
"This is the first club that allowed me to play football, because I knew I had to repay."
He also said that Storm's long-time trainer Craig Bellamy, who was also wanted, influenced his decision to stay in Melbourne.
"He has done a lot to me and a lot about this club, and at least I could do it to reward good for what he did to me," Munster said.
Munster, who moved to Rockhampton in Melbourne in 2013, has shown 89 appearances at the club.
Storm officials can now focus on talks with Captain and Hooker Cameron Smith, who is looking for a new two-year contract.
HARDMAN CREATED LITTLE
Former Sydney Roosters Hardman Dylan Napa has completed his move to the Canterbury Bulldogs and said he wants to correct some of the old bad habits.
Following the first ride to Belmor and arriving on the new Canterbury team on Wednesday, former Rosters performer received the necessary free reception after this two worrying incidents during the NRL season.
The "star" of the bulldog was accused of a dangerous defect in his defense style and his inability to protect the opposition players after connecting with the Brisbane pair, Andrew McCullough and the leaders of Korbin Sims.
Queensland's front rotor was suspended for three weeks, including the launch of two Sydney Roosters finals, after a 24-hour crash with Origin teammate McCullough.
Just three months earlier he had shot off Broncos trainer Wayne Bennett after a break almost identical to the Korbin Sims jaw, which he pulled off from the line leading to the head.
The 26-year-old is cautious about limiting his brand aggression.
After all, Bullshot trainer Dean Peck announced 12 months ago at the first press conference that he wants his side to play "a little crazy".
And Napa could be a man to revive the "war dog" mentality that the club once had once praised.
However, he acknowledged that he had problems with his technique, which he needed in order to precisely match.
"I had a couple of cases," Napa said.
"I'm here to work on my games and hopefully become a leader in the group. I'm just happy to be part of this group.
"I'm sure I will do some work with my technique in this pre-season. I would not want to say that it's completely wrong."
Napa left Roosters, half the victory of the prime minister, claiming that it was the first half that had returned since 1993 to make the club, which has been widely marketed in the 2019 wooden spoon.
A 26-year-old said that a big factor in his decision on a three-year contract was the involvement of several minutes.
Over the past few years, Naples has continuously dropped Roosters' play – from 56 minutes in 2016 to only 41 2018.
His average counters for one game almost halved from 120 m in 2016 to 70 m this year.
"I was really good, Roosters, a good time, but I think that's where I can grow up as a footballer and like a man," he said.
"I always thought I could be at Roosters for another year.
"But I'm a bulldog now, and I'm proud of it, and I'm going to do my utmost to earn respect for this group of games."