Cronk to reveal future plans

James Gordon

Australia half-back Cooper Cronk will reveal plans for his future at a press conference tomorrow.

Cronk, 28, looks likely to leave the Melbourne Storm, with Gold Coast Titans favourites to sign him, despite their much publicised financial worries.

It has led to several clubs, including the Storm, asking salary cap auditor Ian Schubert to clarify the situation surrounding the Titans, who could be declared insolvent next month.

Cronk has scored 53 tries in 188 appearances for Melbourne since making his debut against Cronulla in May 2004.

Australian magazine Rugby League Week reported that when asked if the NRL had the power to intervene or investigate the Titans’ talks with Cronk, League CEO David Gallop said: “Yes, but we don’t say whether we are investigating something.”