It is believed the Brisbane and Canterbury are in a battle as they try to secure the services of Wests Tiger halfback Mitchell Moses for 2018 and beyond.
It has been reported that the Broncos are interested in the Tigers halfback to replace Ben Hunt who will join the St George Illawarra Dragons in 2018.
The Bulldogs are also very much in the hunt for Moses Services with the Bulldogs believed to have already tabled a offer of $900k per season for 3 years.
The 22-year old has made 60 appearances for the Wests Tigers since making his debut In Round 17, of the 2014 season against the Penrith Panthers at Leichhardt Oval, interesting enough he started his career at fullback in the Tigers 26-10 loss.
Since then the Tigers have found a handy replacement at fullback in one James Tedesco and has since partnered fellow young gun Luke Brooks.
The Tigers are a club currently looking for a new head coach and will find it tough to match the Bulldogs offer with captain Aaron Woods, Star fullback James Tedesco and Luke Brooks all out of contract at the conclusion of the 2017 season.
A signing of Ivan Cleary may help persuade Moses in staying with the club, but as we all know ‘Money Talks’.