Sport Wests Tigers reportedly sign boom Parramatta prospect Stefano Utoikamanu
Latrell Mitchell: Star would need to change body to play fullback at Wests Tigers - Daley
Roosters superstar back Latrell Mitchell appears set for a big-money move, with Wests Tigers reportedly in the box seat, though the move is likely to come with a positional switch.Having played in the centres for the majority of his stunning ascent into one of the game's most exciting players, the 22-year-old is expected to switch to fullback if he does head to Concord.
The cashed-up Wests Tigers have reportedly poached boom Parramatta Eels prospect Stefano Utoikamanu on a three-year deal.
As first reported by, the giant NSW under-20s forward has committed to the joint-venture club from the 2021 season.
The Tigers remain hopeful the Eels will agree to release the 115kg junior star, who is yet to make his NRL debut, in time for the 2020 campaign.
Latrell Mitchell: Wests Tigers to take recruitment ‘drive’ to another level, reports
Mitchell has been heavily linked with a move to Wests Tigers as early as next season.News Limited first reported coach Michael Maguire, CEO Justin Pascoe and general manager of football Adam Hartigan will drive to Mitchell’s home town of Taree on Friday.
Utoikamanu played 17 games for Wentworthville Magpies in the Canterbury Cup in 2019.
Wests Tigers officials are yet to formally announce Utoikamanu’s mooted move to Concord.
The youngster’s reported signing follows a busy week for the Tigers, who remain front-runners to sign disgruntled Sydney Roosters superstar Latrell Mitchell.
Back-rower, outside back and forward all recommitted to the Tigers until the end of 2022 in recent days.
Meanwhile, coach Michael Maguire and other senior club officials last week made the trek to the representative centre’s home town of Taree in a bid to secure his signature.
The Tigers have reportedly offered Mitchell a four-year, $3.8 million deal which would see him.
Cowboys 'unlikely' to land Mitchell despite meet
While the North Queensland Cowboys met Latrell Mitchell, the club is unlikely to sign him, with the Wests Tigers in the box seat.Mitchell arrived in Townsville on Monday and met with the Cowboys' brass, and was even endorsed by club legend Johnathan Thurston.
He was this week spotted.
However, Mitchell is now widely expected to sign with the Tigers following reportsfor next season.
It is understood the Roosters will allow the 22-year-old to walk from the final year of his contract in 2020 after an.
Gold Coast Titans increase offer to Jai Arrow despite Latrell Mitchell rumours .
Arrow has been linked with multiple NRL clubs including the Rabbitohs.That’s the opinion of NRL legend Mark Geyer, who on Friday confirmed the Rabbitohs are planning a massive $4 million bid for the Queensland Maroons star.