Six Super League free agents currently on the hunt for a new club

Krisnan Inu

With clubs well underway with their recruitment for the 2022 Super League season, there are still a handful of stars yet to find a new club for the upcoming campaign.

Greg Eden

The 30-year-old speedster signed a three-year deal with Castleford in 2018, and has now come to the expiry of that contract.

The talented winger, who holds the record for fastest hat-trick in rugby league history for his treble against Leigh, recorded in less than five minutes – may be looking for a new club in 2022.

Eden has represented Castleford, Huddersfield, Hull KR, Salford and Brisbane Broncos, and was once one of the best finishers in the competition.

Jason Clark

Jason Clark has been with Warrington Wolves since the 2019 season, and is yet to pen a new deal with the club.

While it is expected for the 32-year-old to re-sign with the Halliwell Jones Stadium side, his future still hasn’t been announced.

Ryan Hampshire

The full-back made a u-turn earlier in 2019 and, despite the club confirming his exit, signed a two-year contract with Wakefield.

He now remains without a club for 2022, and was once praised as one of the most promising talents in the competition. 

Krisnan Inu

Krisnan Inu was named in the 2020 Super League Dream Team and still has some gas left in his tank for 2022.

The 34-year-old, who can play centre or wing, was a fan favourite at the AJ Bell Stadium, but earlier in September confirmed his departure from the club.

Inu is yet to announce his retirement, so may still be on the hunt for a new club in 2022.

Nathan Peats

Nathan Peats joined Leigh Centurions mid-way through the 2021 season after making 160 NRL appearances and three games for New South Wales in State of Origin 2017.

He only signed a deal for the 2021 contract, but soon found himself on loan at Huddersfield.

Hull FC had been linked with a move for the 31-year-old before the club announce the signing of Fijian international hooker Joe Lovodua.

It’s unsure if Peats will remain in the UK game, but many clubs would benefit from his experience.

Adam Quinlan

The Australian full-back has been one of Hull KR’s most popular players since making the switch from NRL side St George Illawarra in 2017, but was not given a new contract for 2022 for the arrival of Lachlan Coote from St Helens.

The 28-year-old remains without a club for the 2022 season, and would be a solid full-back choice for some Super League and Championship clubs.

3 Comments

  1. There’s a reason why their last clubs don’t want them most are past 30 Hampshire would be a good fit at Leigh Inu is 34 but could do a job for a Championship team Leigh signed Wardle it says he is 30 years old but I have seen were he is old as 33 years old

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