Super League Transfer Update: Hull FC’s Flurry of Signings and NRL Speculations for 2025

The Super League Recruitment Window Heats Up

The Super League recruitment window is now in full swing, and the trickle of transfer activity is beginning to turn into a flood. Hull FC has been the most active side, completing a flurry of transfers from their Super League rivals. However, there have been no significant moves to confirm signings from the NRL for 2025 thus far.

The Catalans Dragons have been linked with a move for wingers Dallin Watene-Zelezniak and Daniel Tupou, but nothing official has been announced. According to reports from Australia, a Papua New Guinea international could be on the verge of leaving the NRL and making the switch to Super League for 2025.

Jack de Belin Offered to Super League Clubs

Jack de Belin, the St George Illawarra man, has been offered to Super League clubs. De Belin, 33, is a one-club man, having made his debut for the Dragons in 2011. In a distinguished career, he has made 214 appearances, scoring 16 tries. With his contract set to expire at the end of the season, Super League clubs have been alerted to his availability and are preparing offers for the PNG international.

“De Belin’s career was previously disrupted by an allegation of sexual assault, but all charges were dropped in May 2021, and he has since resumed his career with the Dragons. He has made nine NRL appearances this season, scoring one try.”

A host of Super League clubs will likely be interested in De Belin, who can play prop or loose forward. He could be a logical replacement for John Asiata at the Leigh Leopards, or his physicality and direct running style could make him a good fit for the Leeds Rhinos or Hull FC. Whichever club lands the no-nonsense forward will be gaining a quality player as he approaches the latter part of his career.

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