Ben Harrison is understood in talks to join Hull KR on season Loan
The former England forward is believed to be in negotiations with Hull KR on a season long loan with the club with no restrictions. A option of a full time contract with the club for the 2018 season is also said to be available.
Harrison battled with Knee, ankle and wrist injuries in 2016 which required surgery, but he now believes that, that is all behind him and he is ready for a big 2017 campaign, whom ever it may be with.
The 28-year-old would bring a wealth of experience to the Rovers as they battle to re-gain status in the Super League for 2018. Harrison has played 220 games with the Wolves, and has represented England on 3 occasions.
Harrison was linked to a move to Leigh Centurions but a deal could not be brokered between the two club and now he looks set to join Hull KR.
Coach Tim Sheens has been looking to increase his big men up front and the signing of Harrison would definitely help in that area.
Hull KR recently announced the signing Ben Kavanagh, Scotland international prop that will add plenty of experience to the club, signed on a 2-year deal.