Bradford set to sign Henry

Bradford are set to sign Sydney Roosters winger Adam Henry, following a positive meeting with the RFL over the club’s change of ownership.

Henry, 22, has made four appearances in the NRL, and could become the first signing of the new regime, with Samoa back-rower Frank Winterstein also heavily linked with a move to Odsal.

The club is still waiting for the green light from the RFL, after Omar Khan left the club last month.

Co-owner Ryan Whitcut said: “We have had a very positive meeting with the RFL today and have been given assurances that the RFL will move as quickly as possible to conclude the process of changing control.  

“Both Nigel Wood and Blake Solly were impressed with what we have produced for them and the quality of the new directors announced in the last couple of weeks.  We are hoping that things should be sorted out by the end of this week. 

“We are now also in a position to proceed with the signing of Adam Henry from Sydney Roosters, which is really positive news for the club and its supporters.”

The club’s new Board of Directors attended a meeting with RFL chief executive Nigel Wood and Director of Standards Licensing Blake Solly to give a presentation of their business plan and proof of funding last week.

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