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Sport Dane Gagai breaks silence on future amid persistent rumours over South Sydney future

02:15  25 january  2020
02:15  25 january  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Despite being contracted to the Rabbitohs until the end of the 2021 NRL season, the 29-year-old’s future has been a hot topic this off-season.

The club’s pursuit and eventual signing of Sydney Roosters star Latrell Mitchell has fuelled speculation over the futures of several Bunnies players including Gagai.

Coach Wayne Bennett has an embarrassment of riches in the outside backs with the likes of Mitchell, Gagai, James Roberts, Alex Johnston, Campbell Graham, Braidon Burns and Adam Doueihi on his 2020 roster.

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In his first season with the Club, Dane Gagai proved to be a valuable member of the squad, playing in the centres, on the wing and at fullback An Australian International and Queensland Maroons representative, Dane adds plenty of strike power to the Rabbitohs’ backline and will be looking to

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According to reports, the Rabbitohs offered Gagai to the Gold Coast Titans in a swap deal that would have delivered middle forward Jai Arrow to Redfern this season.

Gagai, a veteran of 184 NRL games for Brisbane, Newcastle and the Rabbitohs, has been linked with Wests Tigers – as have team-mates Johnston and Doueihi.

There have also been rumours the Rabbitohs have made inquiries to Melbourne Storm about a swap deal that would deliver Josh Addo-Carr to Redfern, in exchange for either Gagai or Johnston.

But the representative star has rubbished the constant speculation over his future, insisting he plans to see out his South Sydney contract.

“I was a headline last year too, saying that I was leaving the club because James Roberts was coming,” Gagai told 9 News.

“… And then I find myself being a headline again saying I’m going somewhere else and it’s just funny, I’ve got this year and next year left on my contract and I don’t plan on going nowhere.

“All that talk is just trash really.”

Gagai played 14 games at centre and 11 on the wing for Wayne Bennett’s side in 2019.

It is understood he will start the upcoming season on the wing.

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