Wakefield bring in Alex Walker from London

Drew Darbyshire

Wakefield have signed full-back Alex Walker on a two-year contract from London.

The 24-year-old has scored 41 tries in 102 appearances for the Broncos since making his professional debut in 2014, while earning four caps for Scotland.

Trinity coach Chris Chester said: “I’m really pleased to add Alex Walker to the squad on a two-year deal.

“Alex has been a standout for London over the last few years and he proved throughout 2019 that he’s got the ability to be a top Super League player for years to come.

“I’m looking forward to welcoming him for pre-season and seeing what he can bring to the squad.”

Walker added: “Wakefield have been a top Super League team for a while now and despite things not going their way at times in 2019, I believe the squad is more than capable of breaking into the play-offs in 2020.

“The style of play particularly pleases me and I’m looking forward to being part of that and linking up with the the quality players across the park.

“I’m excited for pre-season to get underway now and I’ll be ripping in to prepare as best as I can for a successful 2020.”

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