It is highly unlikely that we see any NRL return for Brodie Croft after the halfback signed a new long-term deal with the Salford Red Devils until the end of the 2030 season.
Croft, who had somewhat of a maligned career in the NRL, won the Man of Steel in England, proving that he has the tools to be a quality half.
Since joining in 2021, Croft has improved as a player and his skills have propelled Salford into a genuine threat each season.
For Croft himself, he is pleased to have his future sorted and looks forward to staying on at Salford long-term.
“I’m delighted to extend my time at Salford,” Croft said.
“This group of boys is something special and along with the coaching staff through to the performance staff and office staff, I’m excited at what the future holds for the club.”
Salford’s Director of Rugby and Operations Ian Blease knows keeping Croft long-term was crucial as the club look to keep their key players around.
“We are determined to keep our best players and the current team together for as long as possible and securing Brodie’s long-term deal meets our determination,” Blease said.
“It is a real statement of intent to secure such a long-term deal for our club and for such a quality player, in my view, it also demonstrates that Brodie believes our philosophy and vision as a club.”