Somewhat sneaking away quietly, many may not know that Joel Edwards has signed with the York City Knights.
The English club, who are on the rise in their respective English championship, view the signing as a huge coup.
“I’m delighted to bring Joel to York, pending RFL paperwork,” said James Ford, York head coach.
“He’s an incredibly talented footballer and someone who improves our squad at an important time in our season.”
Edwards, a former Newcastle Knights, Canberra Raiders and Wests Tigers forward, last played NRL in 2017.
After that, a move to French rugby league side the Limoux Grizzlies eventuated before this move to York.
Ford is looking forward to Edwards joining and getting stuck in at the club.
“I’d like to thank Jon [Flatman, Knights Chairman] for all his hard work in getting this deal over the line, as well as the fantastic fans and sponsors of the club who’ve made this happen,” the head coach continued.
“I’m looking forward to Joel linking up with the rest of the squad and making a positive contribution as soon as possible.”