Every Super League transfer already confirmed for 2025 and beyond with 11 deals finalised

Drew Darbyshire
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From left to right: Tom Burgess (Rabbitohs), Luke Yates (Huddersfield) and Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (Roosters) in 2024

The transfer merry-go-round in Super League is in full flow, with a growing number of transfers already having been announced for 2025 and beyond.

Love Rugby League has compiled this article of every transfer that has been *officially* confirmed and announced by their Super League clubs, so that doesn’t include every player that has been rumoured or linked with moves.

And because Wakefield Trinity aren’t in Super League – as things currently stand – their signings of Tom Johnstone and Mike McMeeken aren’t in this piece (yet).

Without further ado, here’s every Super League transfer that has already been confirmed for 2025 and beyond..

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John Asiata (Leigh to Hull)

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The Leigh Leopards captain has signed a three-year contract with Hull FC from 2025 to help spearhead the club’s rebuild under newly-appointed head coach John Cartwright, who he worked with whilst at North Queensland Cowboys in their NRL Premiership-winning season in 2015.

Asiata, who has represented Samoa and Tonga on the international stage, helped Leigh lift the Challenge Cup at Wembley last year.

Tom Burgess (South Sydney to Huddersfield)

Tom Burgess

This move stunned the rugby league world when it was announced before a ball was kicked back in February. Burgess has penned a three-year contract with the Giants from next season in what is a major acquisition for the club.

The 32-year-old will be the third of the four Burgess brothers to make the return to Super League during their playing days after their time in the NRL, specifically with the Rabbitohs. His brother Luke enjoyed spells with Catalans and Salford at the end of his career, whilst George had a brief stint with Wigan in 2020. Sam never returned as a player, but he is currently the head coach of Warrington.

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Ryan Hall (Hull KR to Leeds)

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Ryan Hall in action for Hull KR in 2024

Rhinos legend Hall will return to Headingley next year after four seasons with Hull KR, signing a one-year contract with Leeds for 2025.

Hall, who turns 37 in November, won six Super League Grand Finals with Leeds between 2008 and 2018 as well as two Challenge Cups and a World Club Challenge.

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Esan Marsters (Huddersfield to Salford)

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Plenty of Salford fans were getting excited about this move when it was announced by the Red Devils last week, and understandably so given the form he’s in this season.

Marsters, who has represented New Zealand and the Cook Islands internationally, has penned a three-year contract with Salford from 2025.

Louis Senior (Hull KR to Castleford)

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Louis Senior joined his twin brother Innes at the Tigers earlier this season. Louis arrived at Castleford from Hull KR whilst Innes is on loan from Huddersfield.

It was announced last week that both Louis and Innes will make their loan moves permanent at the end of the season, having signed two-year contracts with Craig Lingard’s side from 2025.

Innes Senior (Huddersfield to Castleford)

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Innes Senior

The Ireland international has impressed upon arriving at the Jungle on a loan deal from Huddersfield, and as aforementioned, will make his loan move permanent at the end of the season, signing a two-year contract with Castleford alongside his twin brother Louis.

The Senior twins seem to have really benefitted from getting regular game-time under their belts at Castleford.

Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (Sydney Roosters to Hull KR)

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The three-time NRL Premiership winner will get his first taste of Super League in 2025 after penning a one-year contract with Hull KR.

Waerea-Hargreaves, who has won 33 caps for his native New Zealand, will bring over a wealth of experience to Craven Park, having played more than 300 games in the NRL since his first-grade debut for Manly Sea Eagles back in 2009.

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Luke Yates (Huddersfield to Warrington)

Luke Yates

The Huddersfield skipper will call Warrington home in 2025, having signed a two-year contract with Sam Burgess’ side.

The Wire will be the fourth Super League club Yates has represented during his career. He came over to England in 2019 with London Broncos before joining Salford the following season. After a solitary campaign with the Red Devils in 2020, he followed coach Ian Watson to Huddersfield, making 84 appearances for the Giants, including leading them out in the 2022 Challenge Cup final.

Tom Davies (Catalans to Hull KR)

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Tom Davies scores a try for Catalans Dragons in 2024

Both of Catalans’ frontline wingers have now been confirmed to be leaving the club at the end of this season. Johnstone is returning to West Yorkshire for a second stint at Wakefield Trinity, while Davies is also on the move.

A transfer that had been mooted for some time, he has signed a long-term deal with Hull KR from the beginning of 2025 to continue his career back in England.

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Jordan Abdull (Hull KR to Hull FC)

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Jordan Abdull in action for Catalans Dragons in 2024

He’s spent the season out on loan in the south of France with Catalans Dragons but, in 2025, Jordan Abdull will be back in Hull.

However, it won’t be with the club he’s contracted to now, after Hull KR allowed Abdull to leave the Robins to return to Hull FC for a second stint in black and white.

Tommy Makinson (St Helens to Catalans)

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Tommy Makinson in action for St Helens in 2024

Another significant deal that had been rumoured for some time, Makinson will swap the club with whom he has spent his entire career for the south of France in 2025.

The former Golden Boot winner will make the move to Perpignan to join Catalans, having had a stellar career with St Helens in which he has won every domestic honour available.

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