Jordan Kahu has stated that he is open to all offers for the 2018 season and beyond
Kahu, 26, scored the first TRY in the 2017 NRL season opener and now enters the final year of his contract with Brisbane Broncos and it is understood a code swap could be on the cards.
The Brisbane Broncos would be unable to match the offers Kahu would receive from Rugby Union and would be forced to allow Kahu walk as their priority is the re-signing of Captain Darius Boyd and exciting play maker Anthony Milford.
Kahu and his partner are expecting their second child next month and has stated that he is “Keeping all my options open”.
“I have to make sure I’m looking after them first and foremost. I have to see what the best offer is and make sure I’m doing the best for my family. Kahu added.
“I’ve always thought about going home.”
“Auckland is pretty far from Wellington though and that’s where both of our families are. I don’t think it would help that much moving back to New Zealand to play for the Warriors, but I’m open to anything.”
It has been long reported that Kahu may make the switch to Rugby Union and could command big dollars for a switch in codes.
Kahu has made made 57 appearances for the Broncos and has scored 33 tries since making his debut against the Melbourne Storm in round 4 of the 2013 season.
Kahu has also represented New Zealand on eight occasions, scoring 3 tries.