Jarryd Hayne has been implicated in the Parramatta Eels salary cap scandal over a $15,000 international airfare.
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According to The Daily Telegraph, a trip taken by Hayne to the United States in 2014 is amongst the breaches the Eels are accused of committing.
Hayne was reportedly sent to Seattle on his own because Test commitments with the Kangaroos did not allow him to fly with the rest of the Parramatta squad.
It is believed the NRL have ruled Hayne’s airfares and accommodation should have been included in the club’s salary cap.
On Thursday, it was revealed that the Eels had been handed a breach notice of $525,000 and may lose competition points in 2016 after being found guilty of breaching the NRL salary cap in 2014.
The NRL confirmed on Thursday that the Eels exceeded the salary cap by more than $400,000 last season and now has until February 29 next year to get its books in order.
If the NRL are not satisfied by the Eels’ attempts to implement changes, they will begin the 2016 season minus four points.