Morris has reportedly asked for an early release from his contract with the Dragons…
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St George winger Brett Morris is hoping to join twin brother Josh at the Canterbury Bulldogs after reportedly requesting a release from his contract with the Dragons.
Encouraged by Dragons management to test his value in the open market, the Bulldogs reportedly offered Morris a four-year deal worth $600,000 a season.
Morris’ current deal with the Dragons is believed to be worth $450,000 a season, with the Bulldogs desperate to replace star half-back Ben Barba who joined the Brisbane Broncos.
Even if the Dragons force Morris to honour the final year of his deal, he could still sign with the Bulldogs for the 2016 season as early as November 1.
His brother Josh, who left the Dragons in 2009, said he would love to have his brother join him at the club.
There’s plenty of speculation going about,” Josh Morris said.
“I’d love to have him at the club. It’ll be nice.
“That’s not up to me. That’s up to him and his management to talk it out.
“Whatever decisions he makes for his future, I’m always going to support.”