Richie Myler’s impressive start to the 2017 Betfred Super League has Clubs interested in him services for 2017 and not just Super League Clubs.
Myler, 26, contract is set to expire with the Catalan Dragons at the end of the 2017 season and the talented halfback is attracting considerable amount of interest of Super League and NRL clubs in Australia.
Myler has scored a try in his first 3 games of the season and in last weeks clash against the Leeds Rhino he had two tries assist and has been one of the Catalan Dragons best players to date.
Current Bronco and England coach Wayne Bennett has indicated that Myler could be a possible replacement for Ben Hunt, who most recently signed a multi-million deal to join the St George-Illawarra Dragons.
Wayne Bennett is not the only NRL coach who has their eyes set on Myler, with Parramatta coach Brad Arthur and Bulldogs Coach Des Hasler showing interest in the Catalan half.
It is understood the Widnes Vikings from Super League have indicated they are interested in Richie Myler for 2018, but would find it hard to compete with the money the NRL Clubs would offer.
Coach Denis Betts wants to add some much needed experience in his halves combination, following the departure of Kevin Brown to the Warrington Wolves before the 2017 season.
Myler, has made 210 Super League apperances since making his debut for the Widnes Vikings in the 2007 season. He has also represented England on 6 different occasions and is a quality half-back that is in demand for the 2018 season.
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