Leeds Rhinos young gun is believed to keeping his options open and is listening to all offers.
Sutcliffe, 22, is seen as one of the long-term successors to the creative duo of Rob Burrow, Danny McGuire, but wants a more permanent role in the side and may look elsewhere to get this.
The talented half is expected to be hot property as his contract is expected to expire at the end of the 2017 season. He has stated his priority is to remain with Leeds long-term, but ‘Would be a mistake’ not to listen to what other clubs have to offer.
The clubs who have already contacted Sutcliffe’s management is Wigan Warriors, Huddersfield Giants, Leigh Centurions and Widnes Vikings.
Sutcliffe is expected to make a decision on his playing future within the coming weeks.
Sutcliffe has made 101 Super League appearances and scored 347 points, since making his debut for Leeds in the 2012 against St. Helens.