Adam Quinlan to expected to sign with a English club and play football in England for the 2017 season.
Quinlan re-signed with the Dragons for the 2016 season, after spending a year in English Super League, with St Helen, where he played 12 games and scored 6 tries.
Quinlan just played the one game in 2016 and was unable to manage to get a regular spot in coach Paul McGregor’s top 17 for the Dragons.
A handy utility, who was informed by the Dragons that they would not be offering him a contract for the 2017 season, Quinlan is now looking abroad, even with the recent injury to Dragons young halfback Drew Hutchison, who tore his ACL at training this week and may miss the entire 2017 season.
Quinlan, 24, is believed to be in deep negotiations with Hull KR, but has not shut the door on a return to St Helens for the 2017 season.