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Sport Eels beat rivals to Ferguson signing

11:56  04 july  2018
11:56  04 july  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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The Eels will be Ferguson 's fourth club after stints with the Roosters, Cronulla and Canberra, the last of which saw him sacked by the Raiders around off-field issues. His signing will see him join prop Junior Paulo as Parramatta's big-name acquisitions for next season, with a roster overhaul gathering

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Blake Ferguson has reportedly joined the Parramatta Eels on a three-year deal.

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The former Origin star has had a rocky 12 months off the field but a standout 2018 on the field and has been rewarded with a $1.5 million deal that has lured him away from Bondi, according to The Daily Telegraph.

Currently sitting on the bottom of the ladder, the Eels have had a nightmare season after starting the year among the premiership favourites.

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One of their glaring issues has been filling the hole left by Fijian star Semi Radradra and the signing of blockbusting centre/winger Ferguson will go some way to addressing the problem.

Ferguson reportedly knocked back a one-year extension offered by the Roosters for the security of a longer deal, with one of his former sides the Sharks also losing out on the 28-year-old after showing interest in bringing him back.

Ferguson will join the Eels next season and could do so as a 2018 premiership winner, with the star-studded Roosters hitting top gear over the last six weeks.

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