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Sport Mitchell meets at home of Bulldogs official

14:10  31 october  2019
14:10  31 october  2019 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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Latrell Mitchell has reportedly met with the Canterbury Bulldogs powerbrokers at the home of one of the club's officials as they look to sign the two-time premiership winner on a lucrative deal. Fox Sports' chief NRL reporter James Hooper reports the club held meetings with the 22-year-old whose contract

The Bulldogs have been secretly wooing Kangaroos and Sydney Roosters centre Latrell Mitchell with club powerbrokers hopeful they can convince him Fox Sports has learned Mitchell has held meetings with the Bulldogs at the home of a Canterbury-Bankstown official and the club has rolled out the red

a man holding a football ball: Latrell Mitchell © Getty Latrell Mitchell

Latrell Mitchell has reportedly met with the Canterbury Bulldogs powerbrokers at the home of one of the club's officials as they look to sign the two-time premiership winner on a lucrative deal.

Fox Sports' chief NRL reporter James Hooper reports the club held meetings with the 22-year-old whose contract negotiations are reportedly stalling at the Roosters.

Mitchell will become a free agent for rival clubs to try and sign on Friday, meaning open season on the rugby league prodigy who is currently in New Zealand preparing to represent Australia against Tonga.

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The Bulldogs made no secret of a mid-season move on Mitchell when they reached out to his family through a third party to gauge interest surrounding a seven-figure switch to Belmore.

There was an idea that Mitchell's fraying relationship with the Roosters had largely been centred around family members convincing the star he was worth far more than he was on, around a million a season.

There's a view the premiers probably won't offer much more than $750,000-a-season for Mitchell, and with seven figures reportedly being bandied about by the Bulldogs they may just pull of one of the biggest transfer coups.

a man wearing a uniform: Latrell Mitchell © Getty Latrell Mitchell

Despite his long-standing history with the club, which developed him from the age 16 when he relocated from Taree to Sydney, cracks began to appear in the relationship at various stages this year.

In May, reports emerged the Roosters were aware there had been people in Mitchell's ear suggesting a move to the Rabbitohs would be the right fit in the wake of Greg Inglis' shock retirement.

Bulldogs pull out of NRL race for Latrell .
Canterbury have confirmed they won't be making a play for out-of-favour Sydney Roosters NRL centre Latrell Mitchell.The Bulldogs were one of the early favourites to snare the 22-year-old on a lucrative deal after the Roosters on Tuesday withdrew their two-year, $1.6 million offer for the 2021 and 2022 seasons.

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