Foran is reportedly not short of options should he choose to leave the Sea Eagles.
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Manly Sea Eagles five-eighth Kieran Foran says he is sick of reading rumours of his NRL future and wants to tie down a deal as soon as possible.
Foran’s future beyond 2015 has been the subject of widespread speculation over the last few months, with The Daily Telegraph reporting as many as seven rival NRL clubs are interested in his services.
“I am sick of reading about it,” Foran told The Daily Telegraph.
“I guess that’s something I have to sort out after this. I will get back to Sydney and have a few weeks rest with the family.”
Foran’s Sea Eagles halves partner Daly Cherry-Evans is also off-contract at the end of next season, and Manly management will be doing all they can to hold on to the star duo.
It is believed both players will command upwards of $1 million a season regardless of whether they stay at the Northern Beaches club or test the open market.