Free Agent Alex Foster is believed to being chased by a number of Super League Clubs for 2017.
Foster, 23, signed with the Bradford Bulls on a 2-year deal for the 2017 season. Now a free agent is understood to have at least 4 Super League clubs and a handful of championship clubs chasing for his services for the 2017 season.
Foster, who came through the ranks at Leeds Rhinos, played 8 games for Leeds, before he went out on loan to London and Featherstone Rovers. Then signed with the Bulls at the end of last season.
Foster had a strong season at the Broncos where he made 20 appearances and scored 11 tries in the 2016 season.
The Super League clubs leading the chase for the talented young forward are believed to be the Salford Red Devils, Huddersfield Giants, Leigh Centurions and Widnes Vikings.
It is reported that Super League Giants St Helens and Wigan Warriors are among the clubs interested in Foster to add depth to thier playing squad.
Hull KR coach Tim Sheens has flagged interest in sign Foster also, but believes he will be unable to compete with Super League clubs.
It us understood that the exciting utility requires a hernia operation that is expected to keep him off the field for up to 4-6 weeks, but clubs still are very interested in signing him.
Foster is expected to make a decision on his playing future with the next 48hrs as the Super League season is only weeks away.