The Wigan Warriors are believed to be in negotiations with Kyle Eastmond management as the Cross-Code International entertains a move back to Super League.
Eastmond, 27, joined Bath on a 3-year deal at the end of the 2011 season after five seasons with St Helens where he made 74 appearances scoring 433 points.
In 2013, Kyle was selected to play for the England Saxons. During the 13/14 season, Eastmond formed a crucial partnership with George Ford, which led to Baths resurgence to the top of Aviva Premiership.
After a poor 2016 season by the entire Bath team he decided it was time to leave and joined the Wasps RFC on a 2-year deal starting at the beginning of the 2016 season.
Recognised as one of the most exciting centres in the English game – Eastmond is understood to want to make a return to a game he has the most passion for and that is Rugby League.
The 27-year old would be a major coup for the Warriors as he is a natural footballer and distributing centre, Eastmond has dazzling feet and an explosive running game, with an ability to unlock defences and the ability to play in the halves.