Lockyer considers Super League move

Australia and Brisbane Broncos captain Darren Lockyer has said he will consider offers from engage Super League clubs in 2010.nnThe 31 year old, regarded as one of the best players in the world, is out of contract at the Broncos at the end of the year.nnIt is thought that Wigan Warriors and Hull Kingston Rovers are two clubs who will be most interested in bringing Lockyer to the UK.nn“I’ll talk to Brisbane first but I’ll also sound out England,” Lockyer told a Brisbane-based newspaper. “It does have appeal to both my wife Loren and me to do something different for a year or two.”nnLockyer said that he decided to play on past 2009 after undergoing knee surgery, but did not want to sign for another NRL club.nn“Towards the end of last year I made the decision to play beyond 2009 – for how many more years I’m not 100% sure,” he added.nnBrisbane chief executive Bruno Cullen admitted the club would not be able to cope with the financial clout of Super League clubs. nn“We wouldn’t get into a bidding war and I don’t think Darren would either,” Cullen said. “If there is a pot of gold there for Darren, he may think, ‘Gee, I probably should take it’.”

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