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Sport Crichton pledges his loyalty to Rabbitohs, Roosters still chasing

03:10  08 december  2017
03:10  08 december  2017 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Angus Crichton has given the Rabbitohs reassurance that he wants to stay at the club beyond 2018, but since when Stacked with cash following Mitchell Pearce's multi-million dollar move to Newcastle, the Roosters are chasing a third marquee signing to link up with James Tedesco and Cooper Cronk.

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Angus Crichton has given the Rabbitohs reassurance that he wants to stay at the club beyond 2018, but since when is someone's word a guarantee in rugby league?

The South Sydney back-rower is hot property after a breakout season in 2017, attracting interest from rivals Roosters and Cronulla.

Stacked with cash following Mitchell Pearce's multi-million dollar move to Newcastle, the Roosters are chasing a third marquee signing to link up with James Tedesco and Cooper Cronk.

Rumours are growing that Crichton has already turned his back on the Bunnies, but both clubs claim nothing has been set in stone.

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The Rabbitohs climbed into third position without their Origin stars on Friday night with an inspiring win against Cronulla, sitting closely ahead of the star-studded Roosters who ‘’I can tell you that Crichton has got very caught up with the excitement at the Rabbitohs ,’’ Rothfield told Fox Sports’ NRL 360.

Angus Crichton has revealed Sydney Roosters officials asked him to leave South Sydney with a year to run on his contract. The star back-rower announced However, in an interview with Fairfax Media, Crichton confirmed the Roosters wanted to him to leave the Rabbitohs this year so he could line-up

‘’There’s been rumours everywhere about him doing a deal with the Roosters,’’ Fairfax journalist Andrew Webster told Sky Sports' Big Sports Breakfast.

‘’He has assured South Sydney as late as yesterday (Thursday) that no deal with the Roosters has been done.

‘’If he did leave they would be absolutely filthy because he has been so adamant that nothing has been done with the Roosters whatsoever.

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Angus Crichton says telling Russell Crowe face-to-face he would be leaving the Rabbitohs to join arch rivals the Roosters was "the hardest thing I've ever had to do", but has left the door ajar for a return to Redfern one day. On the same day he pledged to Rabbitohs fans his last year in cardinal and myrtle

‘’On the flip side I spoke to the Roosters yesterday too, they are adamant that nothing has been done.

‘’He has close links to the club and their recruitment managers there.

‘’The Roosters seem to think that they’ve pinched him from them, that he’s a Roosters junior and they’ve gone under their nose and got him from Scots.’’

The 21-year-old opted not to recommit to the Rabbitohs before November 30, allowing him to be free to negotiate with other clubs in a bid to boost his value.

He then caused some rumbles at Redfern after he publicly revealed having rival offers on the table, claiming he was still weighing up his options.

“I’ve got three-year offers from Souths, the Roosters and the Sharks,” Crichton wrote in a colum for Players Voice.

“It’s a big call to make, and I don’t have to decide right now. I haven’t put a time frame on this.

“…There’s pressure from a lot of different directions … but at the end of the day you’ve got to trust yourself and your own instincts and I’m not ready to make that decision yet.”

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