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Sport Sonny Bill Williams signs for Super League newcomers Toronto

13:30  08 november  2019
13:30  08 november  2019 Source:   performgroup.com

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Sonny Bill Williams has returned to rugby league by signing a two-year deal with Super League newcomers Toronto Wolfpack.

The 34-year-old, a two-time Rugby World Cup winner with New Zealand, has switched codes again having signed a contract reportedly worth 9 million Canadian dollars that will make him the highest-paid rugby league player in the world.

Williams, who featured for the All Blacks in their run to the World Cup semi-finals last month, began his professional career in the NRL with Canterbury Bulldogs.

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Sonny Bill Williams will be unveiled as the highest-paid The 34-year-old has agreed to return to the 13-man code with the Super League newcomers Toronto , who have made no secret of their desire to revolutionise league since their formation in 2017, are expected to confirm his signing in London

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After winning a Premiership with the Bulldogs, he switched to union to play for Top 14 club Toulon but returned to the NRL in 2013, winning a second title with Sydney Roosters.

It has been five years since Williams played league and his signing is a coup for a Toronto side that will spend next season in Super League having won promotion in just their third campaign.

Centre Williams, a two-time World Cup-winner with the All Blacks with 58 caps to his name, is ready to play a big role for ambitious Toronto on and off the field.

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New Zealand's cross-code star Sonny Bill Williams will return to rugby league after signing a two-year deal with Super League newcomers Toronto Wolfpack. The 34-year-old has reportedly become the highest-paid rugby player from either code after agreeing to terms that will see him at the

Sonny Bill Williams will be playing in Super League in 2020. Newly-promoted Toronto Wolfpack are closing in on the signing of the dual-code international, who played his last match for the All Blacks in the World Cup bronze medal win over Wales in Tokyo last Friday. The PA news agency understands

"Toronto Wolfpack is a club that represents Toronto which is a very multicultural city," he said.

"The club has big ambitions and big goals. I want to be part of all this and do all I can to help reach those lofty goals.

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"On the field I'd like to bring high quality play and do all I can for the betterment of the team. Off the field I'd like to use my experience to mentor the young players and be helpful where I am needed.

"Super league will be a new challenge and one I'm looking forward to. It will be a new experience and one I'm ready to embrace."

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