As the Player exit from the Bradford Bulls continue, the next player clubs are lining up for is Australian fullback Keiran Moss.
Moss, 23, joined Bradford for the 2016 season, signed from NRL club Parramatta on a 18 month contract.
It is now understood that their is a handful of club circling for the talented young backs signature for the 2017 season. Leed Rhinos are believed to be the front-runner for Moss’s services.
Castleford Tigers are believed to be another contender as head coach Daryl Powell wants to add some depth to his back-line before the start of the season.
Other clubs believed to be interested in the 23-year old are the Huddersfield Giants, Salford Red Devils and the Widnes Vikings.
Moss is believed to make a decision on his playing future within the next 48 hours.
Moss made 16 appearances for Bulls in his first year at the club, scoring 13 tries for the season.