Former Leeds winger Ben Jones-Bishop time at Wakefield could be coming to a end as teams start to circle for his signature.
Jones-Bishop, 28, joined the Wakefield from Salford at the start of the 2016 season on a 12-month contract with the choice of a further year, which he took up, keeping him at the club until the end of 2017.
The talented winger now comes off contract at season ends, with no contract agreement in sight between both Jones-Bishop and Wakefield Trinity, rival teams are beginning to circle for the 28-year old.
Jones-Bishop has started the 2017 season in exceptional form too, scoring 10 tries from 10 appearances for Trinity, only helping drive up his asking price for 2018 and beyond.
A number clubs are believed to be interested in signing the 28-year, with former club the Rhinos leading the charge, wanting to improve their attack on the edge.
St Helens are also interested in Jones-Bishop for the 2018 season and beyond, as they look to resurrect an attack that has been failing.
Jones-Bishop has made 138 Super League appearances, scoring 99 tries, since his Debut for the Leeds Rhinos in the victory over the Crusaders in the Rugby League Challenge Cup. He was awarded the Man of the Match for his performance.
|2015||Salford Red Devils||25||16||3||0||70|
|2016–||Wakefield Trinity (Wildcats)||31||27||0||0||104|