George Rose looks set to join St George Illawarra on a minimum-wage contract.
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George Rose is on course to revive his NRL career at St George Illawarra next season after his one-year deal with the Melbourne Storm ended at the end of the 2014 season.
The Daily Telegraph report that Rose met with Dragons officials earlier this week and looks likely to sign on a minimum-wage contract.
Rose has spent the majority of his career with the Manly Sea Eagles, playing 127 games with the club before joining the Melbourne Storm for the 2014 season.
However, the 31-year-old failed to nail down a spot in the team, featuring in just nine games.
St George are heavily restricted by salary cap restraints at present, and is why the club could only sign Rose to a minimum-wage deal.