London have signed their former half-back Jarrod Sammut and Lebanon international Abbas Miski ahead of the 2021 Championship season.
Malta international Sammut, 33, returns to the capital following spells with Wigan and Leigh. He has made more than 250 career appearances.
Sammut said: “I’m buzzing to be back with the Broncos for next season. After achieving what was deemed the impossible it’s hard not to have a special place in my heart for this club.
“The raw feeling and emotions from that season and leading up to that moment of gaining promotion still resonates deep within to this day and leaves me with a feeling I’m constantly chasing.
“A special mention to David Hughes who has always made me feel welcomed and part of the club along with Wardy (Danny Ward) and the staff. 2021, here’s to repaying the faith and recreating more magical moments.”
Winger Miski, 25, scored two tries in six games for Manly Sea Eagles in the NRL between 2019-20. Miski has scored 10 tries in as many appearances for Lebanon.
Miski said: “I’m very pleased to have signed with the club. From speaking with coach Danny Ward and seeing the recent signings, I know the club is looking to have a successful season and I want to be a part of that.
“I’m eager to get over and meet my team-mates and coaches and get stuck into a good pre season before round one.”
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