As the Player exit from the Bradford Bulls continue, the next player clubs are lining up for is Australian fullback Kieran Moss Moss.
Moss, 23, joined Bradford midway through the 2016 season, signed from NRL club Parramatta on a 18 month contract.
It is now understood that their is a handful of clubs circling for the talented young backs signature for the 2017 season.
Tim Sheens is believed to be very interested in signing the talented fullback despite the Rover already signing former St Helens fullback Adam Quinlan for the 2017 season.
Sheens believes Moss will provide great competition and depth for his squad, which can only be healthy for his club and their push to return to Super League.
The Huddersfield Giants, Salford Red Devils, Leigh Centurions and Super League giants St Helens and the Wigan Warriors are other clubs interested in signed the 23-year old.
Moss made 16 appearances for Bulls in his first year at the club, scoring 13 tries for the season.
Moss is believed to make a decision on his playing future within the next 48 hours.
Watch Moss in the last two tries