The Manly Sea Eagles are reportedly interested in England international Richie Myler following the departures of playmakers Daly Cherry-Evans and Kieran Foran.
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Myler, currently with Warrington, is off-contract at the end of the season and wants a move to Australia to test himself in the NRL.
The 24-year-old made has played six Tests since making his international debut in 2008 and his interest in moving to Australia has sparked the interest of the Sea Eagles, according to Fairfax Media.
“He’s always had aspirations to play here,” Myler’s manager Andrew Purcell told the Sydney Morning Herald.
“He’s played in a couple of Challenge Cups, earned a couple of winner’s medals and played for his country. Now he’s seen the success some of the other [Super League] guys have had over here and he would like to come and improve himself as a footballer. He’s very keen to do it.”
Myler is keen to join the influx of Super League players to the NRL, which has included the likes of the Burgess brothers, James Graham and Sam Tomkins.
The Sea Eagles will lose halves pairing Daly Cherry-Evans and Kieran Foran in 2016, with Cherry-Evans signing a lucrative deal with the embattled Gold Coast Titans while Foran has will the Parramatta Eels.