Gold Coast Titans winger Phillip Sami re-signs until the end of 2022 NRL season
The Gold Coast Titans have re-signed winger Phillip Sami on a two-year extension that will keep him at the club until the end of the 2022 NRL season. The 22-year old - affectionaly known as 'The Hound' after chasing down Josh 'The Fox' Addo-Carr in the 2019 season - will remain at the embattled club despite offers from rival clubs.With just 43 NRL games to his name, there is plenty of good football ahead of the winger and he believes the Titans is the best place for him to develop.“Obviously I had decisions to make in the off-season and the start of the pre-season,” he said.
Jai Arrow is set to become the beneficiary of a six-way bidding war for his services, with the Gold Coast Titans forward set to be offered one of the most lucrative contracts in the NRL as Sydney clubs flood the market. Arrow 's current contract with the Titans expires at the end of next season, making
Jai Arrow has reiterated his desire to re-sign with the struggling Gold Coast Titans but insists he is in no rush to secure his long - term future. MORE: Storm veteran considering offer from Japanese rugby, report . “It’s a bit of a cliché but I’ve literally left it all to my manager,” Arrow said of his future
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have reportedly tabled a multi-year offer to Jai Arrow in an aggressive bid to lure the Gold Coast Titans star to Redfern as Sam Burgess’ long-term replacement.
As reported last week, coachto his squad following Burgess’ shock retirement last month.
Arrow, who comes off contract at the end of 2020, has been linked with multiple NRL clubs since the Titans reluctantly granted him.
But as first reported by, the Rabbitohs have now formally entered the race for the Queensland Maroons forward with a reported four or five-year deal valued at around $800,000 a season.
Latrell Mitchell: Wests Tigers anxiously awaiting Sydney Roosters star’s next move
Mitchell met with Cowboys officials last week, but it now appears the Tigers and Titans are his two remaining suitors.Mitchell met with Cowboys officials in Townsville last week after a member of his entourage reportedly relayed the 22-year-old’s interest in playing for the club earlier this month.
And Arrow on Wednesday told News Limited his ‘preference is to stay’ at the Titans provided the beleaguered club can stump up a competitive A report by Nine News Queensland on Wednesday night also claimed there is a secret plan to rebrand the club the South Queensland Titans and play
The chance for Jai Arrow 's partner to further her modelling career could work in favour of Sydney NRL clubs desperate to prise the top Titan away from the Gold Coast . Titans boss Dennis Watt remains hopeful his best forward will stick around for the long term and become one of the club's leaders.
It is understood the Titans have previously tabled a three-year, $1.8 million extension.
Arrow has repeatedly expressed his.
But the 24-year-old could cost himself up to.
His girlfriend, former Miss World Australia Taylah Cannon, is also understood to be keen to move to Sydney to further her modelling career.
Arrow’s potential move to South Sydney would also reunite him with Bennett, who handed him his NRL debut with the Brisbane Broncos in 2016.
He played 24 first-grade games in two seasons at Red Hill before signing a three-year deal with the Titans in 2018 – the same year he made his Origin debut for the Maroons.
Mitchell to meet with Titans: Meninga
Mal Meninga has confirmed Gold Coast's interest in Latrell Mitchell, and made a vow to the Origin and Roosters star."I think I can offer that guidance but Latrell needs to work out what he wants to do in life," Meninga told the Daily Telegraph.
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The latest Gold Coast Titans club news, match reports , player news, injuries, draft news, comment and Jai Arrow was re-united with his Miss World Australia partner in Fiji on Friday and knows a move to Sydney would be beneficial for both of them. Sydney clubs flood market for Titans star Arrow .
The Titans have maintained re-signing Arrow is a top priority in recent weeks but the club’s recent approach to.
Head of performance and culture Mal Meninga reportedly spoke to Mitchell on the phone in recent days, while new coach Justin Holbrook is expected to meet with the Australia centre this week.
Should Mitchell agree to sign with the NRL strugglers for his asking price of $1 million a season, it is unlikely the Titans could match the Rabbitohs’ offer for Arrow due to salary cap constraints.
Meanwhile, NRL legend Mark Geyer on Tuesday suggested the Titans could make a play for Bunnies five-eighth Cody Walker if Arrow opts to sign with South Sydney.
Jai Arrow still waiting on 'best possible offers' amid Gold Coast Titans contract negotiations .
Gold Coast forward Jai Arrow says he is yet to see any offers from rival clubs but admits he has tasked his manager with compiling the best possible deals. The star lock is out of contract at the end of 2020 but has been linked with a move away from the struggling club, with the Rabbitohs reportedly keen on the 24-year-old. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.