Warrington Wolves Target Rhyse Martin for 2025 Season: Latest Updates

Warrington Wolves Reportedly Pursue Rhyse Martin for 2025 Season

Warrington Wolves have reportedly entered the race to sign Rhyse Martin for the 2025 Super League season. Martin, currently with the Leeds Rhinos, is an in-demand player as his contract expires at the end of the current campaign.

The Rhinos are keen to retain the services of the Papua New Guinea international, who has proven to be one of their best overseas imports in recent years. However, Rugby League Live revealed this week that the Leigh Leopards have also stepped up their pursuit of Martin as they look to bolster their pack for the next season.

Now, it has emerged that the Warrington Wolves, led by coach Sam Burgess, are also looking to make a play for Martin. According to Sky Sports, the Wire are entering the race for the talented forward, who would likely be a straight swap for the outgoing Matty Nicholson, who is reportedly heading to the NRL in 2025 after agreeing a move to the Canberra Raiders.

“We’d like Rhyse to stay and Rhyse has been made an offer. That’s something that, along with a few other players, that Ian (Blease) will get his head around when he’s in the building. We’ll discuss that and take the appropriate course of action as it goes. We want Rhyse to stay.”

However, the battle to retain Martin appears set to intensify, with the Warrington Wolves now joining the race for the highly sought-after player. As one of the most high-profile players on the open market in Super League, a decision on Martin’s future is expected in the coming weeks.

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