And the latest team linked with Warriors skipper Roger Tuivasa-Sheck is (spins wheel).... the West Tigers.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald the Sydney club has expressed interest in signing the Kiwis and Warriors fullback who comes off contract at the end of the upcoming season.
The newspaper reports that the Tigers are in talks with Tuivasa-Sheck's management team.
The Tigers are seeking a replacement at fullback for James Tedesco who signed with the Roosters.
Last week Tuivasa-Sheck's manager denied a report that the 25-year-old was set to sign a deal with the Blues and New Zealand Rugby.
Warriors CEO Cameron George told Radio Sport last week that contracts talks with Tuivasa-Sheck continue.
"We've been engaging with Roger and his management for some time and that continued up until yesterday and still continues this morning.
"Roger's a very big part of our club and we see him as a very big part of our future, as I've previously stated," George said.
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