The Bulldogs have today confirmed the signing of Moses Suli on a three-year-deal.
Suli, was released from his reported million dollar deal with the Wests Tigers, with CEO Justin Pascoe releasing a statement that certainly led to believe there was more to the story than the eye meets.
"We are working really hard both on and off the field to build something special here at Wests Tigers. That includes building a culture and set of standards that cannot be compromised," Pascoe said.
"I am sure If he’s willing to take responsibility, be a team player and commit to the demands of being a professional athlete he has the potential to have a successful career in rugby league."
It's been reported after injury cut short his 2017 season, Suli became disinterested in the game.
He also reportedly weighed in at 130kgs when he returned to pre-season training, 20kgs more than his playing weight.
Despite the efforts of club staff to help Suli, the Tigers decided to cut short his tenure with the club.
According to Channel Seven Rugby League reporter Josh Massoud, the Belmore-based club are only paying Suli a very small wage for the 2018 season.