Gold Coast captain Nate Myles is set to leave the Titans after receiving interest from four rival NRL clubs, reports say.
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According to The Daily Telegraph, Myles has already met with one NRL club and has three other meetings scheduled over the next ten days.
It is believed Titans coach John Henry wants to keep hold of Myles, but the signing of Daly Cherry-Evans has left the club with salary cap constraints.
Myles wants to make a decision on his future within the next fortnight, and his manager Gavin Orr has put pressure on the Titans to table a deal worth considering.
“Four clubs have contacted me. He has met with one club and will meet with the other three over the next 10 days,” Orr told The Daily Telegraph.
“We are yet to receive any formal offer from the Titans at this stage but Neil has indicated he would like to sit down with Nate in the next week.”
The 29-year-old was superb in Titans’ upset win over the Parramatta Eels on Saturday and his loss would come as a huge blow for Henry’s side.
Gold Coast have already lost five-eighth Aidan Sezer to the Canberra Raiders, while Kane Elgey could be on his way out to the Manly Sea Eagles.
Myles joined the Titans in 2012 and has played 61 first-grade games for the expansion team.
He previously had stints at the Canterbury Bulldogs and Sydney Roosters before heading north to Queensland.