Adam Reynolds Has Told His Rabbitohs Teammates That He'll Sign With The Brisbane Broncos
Adam Reynolds' time with the Rabbitohs has come to an end.
The Souths junior has reportedly informed his teammates that he'll be a Brisbane Broncos player as of next season.
Breaking: Major contract news. Adam Reynolds has told Souths teammates he is set to sign with Broncos. Reynolds has consulted Wayne Bennett on a move to Broncos. Three year deal at $2.4 mil. Full story @cmail_sport- Pete Badel (@badel_cmail) May 12, 2021
According to The Courier Mail's Pete Badel, the Bunnies playmaker is "set to sign" with the NRL strugglers in a three-year deal worth $2.4million.
It's understood 30-year-old Reynolds has held discussions with Wayne Bennett regarding a move away from Redfern after both parties were seemingly unable to reach an agreement to extend his current contract.
And it appears the Broncos and their new CEO Dave Donaghy have wasted no time in snapping up the man at the top of their halfback wish list.
It was reported last week that the Broncos were "quietly confident" of signing Reynolds following initial rumours that the Cronulla Sharks were the frontrunners to pinch him from Souths.
By all accounts, the Sharkies were offering money in a similar region to what the Broncos were.