Super League recruitment window opens for 2023

Josh McAllister
Super League

The recruitment window is officially open for Super League players for the 2023 season.

May 1 marks the first day of the transfer window in Super League. This means clubs can now speak to players who are off-contract for the 2023 campaign for a potential move.

There are some big names that are still without a contract for the 2023 season and beyond. Warrington’s Stefan Ratchford is one of many who are yet to confirm their future beyond 2022. The full-back signed a contract extension in February 2020 on a deal that lasted until the end of 2022. Warrington team-mates Gareth Widdop, Mike Cooper and Josh Charnley are others at the club without a contract for 2023.

Wigan’s Bevan French could be a potential target for Super League clubs. The former NRL man has found himself on the wing under Matt Peet. In-form Jai Field has made the full-back position his own in 2022. French signed a one-year extension for 2022, but his future beyond is yet to be confirmed.

Jake Trueman is yet to sign for 2023 at Castleford, and has recently been linked with a move to the MKM Stadium with Hull.

Hull captain Luke Gale only signed a one-year deal with the club for 2022. Leeds hooker Brad Dwyer is without a club for 2023 and could be a key capture for rival clubs, with more than 200 games worth of experience. Hull KR’s Matt Parcell has been rumoured with a move back to Australia.

St Helens centre Konrad Hurrell has been linked with a move to the NRL for the 2023 season.

Castleford Tigers

Jake Trueman, Greg Eden, Cheyse Blair, Derrell Olpherts, Danny Richardson, James Clare, Sosaia Feki, Brad Martin, George Griffin, Sam Hall, Lewis Peachey, Cain Robb, Kenny Edwards (currently on loan), Mahe Fonua (options for 2023 and 2024).

Catalans Dragons

Mathieu Cozza, Alrix da Costa, Gil Dudson, Benjamin Jullien, Sam Kasiano, Mathieu Laguerre, Samisoni Langi, Corentin Le Cam, Michael McIlorum, Arthur Romano, Paul Seguier, Sam Tomkins, Tyrone May, Dean Whare, Matt Whitley, Fouad Yaha.

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Huddersfield Giants

Sebastine Ikahihifo, Ricky Leutele, Leroy Cudjoe, Jack Ashworth, Jack Cogger, Adam O’Brien, Ashton Golding, Oliver Russell, Joe Greenwood, Chester Butler, Sam Hewitt, Nathan Mason, Jon Luke Kirby, George Roby, Chris McQueen, Louis Senior.

Hull FC

Josh Bowden, Jordan Johnstone, Cameron Scott, Danny Houghton, Josh Reynolds, Jamie Shaul, Connor Wynne, (option for 2023) Manu Ma’u, Mitieli Vulikijapani, Joe Lovodua, Luke Gale.

Hull KR

Dean Hadley, Albert Vete, Korbin Sims, Brad Takairangi, Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Kane Linnett, Matt Parcell, Ben Crooks, Will Maher, Jimmy Keinhorst, Sam Wood, Greg Richards, Will Tate, Charlie Cavanaugh, Tom Whur.

Leeds Rhinos

Rhyse Martin, Bodene Thompson, Tom Briscoe, Alex Mellor, Brad Dwyer, Jack Broadbent, Blake Austin.

Salford Red Devils

Elijah Taylor, Greg Burke, Andy Ackers, Harvey Livett, Sam Luckley, Deon Cross (option for 2023), Tim Lafai.

St Helens

James Roby, Kyle Amor, Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Regan Grace, Matty Foster, Matty Lees, Dan Norman, Agnatius Paasi, Josh Simm, Sione Mata’utia (option for 2023), Sam Royle, Aaron Smith, Konrad Hurrell.

Toulouse Olympique

Guy Armitage, Junior Vaivai, Anthony Marion, Ilias Bergal, Mitch Garbutt, Paul Marcon, Joseph Paulo, Joe Bretherton, Harrison Hansen, Eloi Pelissier, Andrew Dixon, Gadwin Springer, Justin Sangare, Lloyd White, Hugo Pezet, Dominique Peyroux.

Wakefield Trinity

Tinirau Arona, Bill Tupou, David Fifita, Jacob Miller, Tom Johnstone, James Batchelor, Jack Croft, Jay Pitts (option for 2023), Yusuf Aydin, Jai Whitbread (option for 2023), Sadiq Adebiyi (option for 2023).

Warrington Wolves

Stefan Ratchford, Josh Charnley, Jack Hughes, Eribe Doro, Mike Cooper, Riley Dean, Rob Butler, Jason Clark, Matt Davis, Robbie Mulhern, Ellis Robson, Gareth Widdop, Jacob Gannon, Billy Magoulias, Greg Minikin.

Wigan Warriors

Bevan French, James McDonnell, Liam Farrell, Jake Bibby, Ethan Havard (option for 2023), Thomas Leuluai, Sam Powell.

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