Krisnan Inu set to leave Salford after posting farewell message

Drew Darbyshire

It seems Krisnan Inu’s time at Salford has come to an end.

The 34-year-old, who can play centre or wing, has become a fan favourite at the AJ Bell Stadium since joining the Red Devils in 2019.

Inu helped Salford reach the Super League Grand Final in 2019 and the Challenge Cup final the following season.

The former New Zealand and Samoa international, who was named in the Super League Dream in 2020, has played 11 games for Salford this season.

Inu has taken to social media to thank the Salford faithful for their support during his time at the club.

Inu posted: “At this stage it is looking likely that this will be my final game for Salford this Friday.

“I wish to thank the club and fans for the last three years, but it looks like my journey as a Red Devil has come to an end.

“Where to from now? I don’t know but the fans have made my stay at the club a pleasure and I will be forever grateful for that.

“Good luck and peace out for now.”

Inu has made more than 250 career appearances for Parramatta Eels, New Zealand Warriors, Canterbury Bulldogs, Catalans, Widnes and Salford.

Meanwhile, Salford coach Richard Marshall has confirmed that the club have made an improved contract offer to winger Ken Sio.

Sio, who played for the Combined Nations All Stars earlier this year, is currently Super League’s top try scorer with 17 tries in 18 games this season.