Wests Tigers winger David Nofoaluma has re-signed with the embattled club, reports Channel Nine rugby league reporter Danny Weidler.
Earlier, Wests Tigers placed a Friday deadline on their contract offers to Aaron Woods and James Tedesco in a bid to end the maelstrom of controversy swirling around the NRL club.
The Tigers now face losing three of their so-called "big four" after Mitchell Mosessigned a three-year deal to join Parramatta for next season - a situation which would be disastrous for the joint venture.
Cleary put the deadline to player agent Isaac Moses, who represents both Woods and Tedesco, on Tuesday.
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Parramatta is chasing Wests Tigers flyer David Nofoaluma, reports Fairfax Media.
It’s understood Eels coach Brad Arthur sees him as the ideal replacement for Semi Radradra, who will leave the club at the end of the year to play French rugby.
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"Yeah, I’ve spoken with him, we’ve had talks,” Nofoaluma told Fairfax Media.
“[Brad Arthur] is really keen on building something at Parramatta and I’ve taken on the things he’s discussed with me. At the end of the day you’ve got to weigh up your options and make a decision when the time comes.”
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