He may not have seen a lot of game time during his time at the club, so an eventual move was perhaps the option to consider going forward, and for Melbourne Storm centre Junior Sa’u, a chance to play first-grade in England was too good to refuse.
Sa’u, who was previously of the Newcastle Knights before his move to the Melbourne Storm, has played in 90 NRL games during his career and has also represented New Zealand eight times.
For the Salford City Reds, they are delighted that they have managed kaji electronic cigarette to sign the Kiwi international on a 2-year deal, with coach Brian Noble describing it as a ‘box office’ signing.
“Junior is Box Office. He is an explosive talent and every time I have seen him play in the NRL or for New Zealand he has been an absolute handful,” said Noble.
He is young and coming into the peak of his career and he gets a great rap from Craig Bellamy. We are really looking forward to him being a big part of what is going to happen here.”