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Sport Jai Arrow still waiting on 'best possible offers' amid Gold Coast Titans contract negotiations

00:03  03 december  2019
00:03  03 december  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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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

Jai Arrow has reiterated his desire to re-sign with the struggling Gold Coast Titans but insists he is in no “So my manager Dave (Riolo) is looking after all that and I’m sure he’ll do the best job to get all the The Titans in August gave Arrow permission to talk to rival clubs before November 1 in a bid to

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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.

Speaking on the Beers 'n' Banter podcast, Arrow played down the situation but conceded he still has a decision to make.

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The 24-year-old is contracted to the Titans until the end of the 2020 season, meaning rival clubs will be allowed to start talking to the boom back-rower from According to The Courier Mail’s Peter Badel, Titans head of performance and culture Mal Meninga has already begun negotiations with Arrow ’s

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"It's crazy to think that I'm popping up in the newspapers with all these contract sagas," Arrow said.

"It's not a saga, it's really nothing.

"To be honest, I haven't had anything put in front of me. My manager said that offers were going to come in this week.

"I just want to let him do his job and let him get back to me with the offers and then I'll sit down and go from there and make my decision.

"I said to him, 'can you go and get the best possible offers you think you can do?' and he said to me, 'do you trust me? I'll do it all, I'll get the best possible offers for you and then you can decide.'

"He's been pretty good with that, he hasn't forced me to make a decision. He said, 'it's your career, I'll guide you in whatever way you want me to.'

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The bidding war for Jai Arrow will explode into action this week after the Gold Coast Titans gave In a bid to fast-track negotiations , the Titans have granted Arrow ’s management permission to Both parties don’t want to sit on their hands for the next two months just waiting for the date to tick over to

The Titans still see Arrow as a priority, despite their interest in luring Latrell Mitchell north of the border, and are now going all in by NRL.com understands Arrow has indicated to club officials that his preference is still to remain on the Gold Coast . While the Rabbitohs are yet to formally offer the

"So I'm just waiting for him to get all that stuff done and have everything put in front of me and then I'll make a decision."

According to reports, Arrow's manager David Rioli has on his desk an improved offer of $1.8 million over three years from the Titanss, while Souths are rumoured to be putting a five-year, $4 million deal together.

While the Maroons star's honesty might have Gold Coast fans nervous, he made a point to reiterate that he'd prefer to re-sign with the club.

"I've come out openly and said I'd love to stay, that was my priority from the start but I'm still waiting for everything to be put in front of me," Arrow said, earlier adding that he would ideally help the club win a maiden premiership.

"I've spoken to Justin (Holbrook) about it, what better place to live than the Gold Coast?" he said.

"Play footy up here professionally and win games and potentially win a comp.

"That's my goal, I've spoken about that - I want to win a comp and what better way to do it than in my hometown?

"Imagine the party the Gold Coast would throw if we won a comp.

"If we can get the right people, which I think we do. On paper we have a strong a side as anyone in the comp."

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