The NRL player market has caught fire again with news Jarryd Hayne is considering his option of leaving the Titans at the end of the season.
Hayne's potential shock move would once again have huge ramifications for clubs across the competition.
Hayne's suddenly uncertain future is just one of several big developments in the market, with the Wests Tigers linked with moves for three big name NRL stars.
A day after fresh reports claimed Jarryd Hayne has continued to be a destabilising influence on the Titans' squad, another report has linked Hayne with an approach to former club Parramatta.
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The Sydney Morning Herald reports Hayne's representative spoke with Eels officials last week to source interest from the Eels to sign the star for next season.
Hayne is contracted to the Titans for 2018, but has a clause in his favour allowing him to walk out at the end of this season if he chooses.
Hayne must decide before the end of May if he wants to activate the final year of his $1.2 million-per-season contract with the Titans.
The Eels will be unwilling to match Hayne's deal at the Titans for next year, according to the report, and will be around AU$400,000 short of Hayne's current deal.
On Sunday, Fox Sports' Paul Kent told Triple M, Hayne has continued to have a negative impact on the Gold Coast with his lazy training methods resulting in coach Neil Henry putting every player through additional drills at the end of training.