Two membership race to recruit Dogs wantaway after Gould’s $500k signing: Transfer Whispers

Two golf equipment are reportedly getting ready to make a play for Bulldogs playmaker Khaled Rajad following the membership’s signing of younger gun Karl Oloapu.

Canterbury-Bankstown supremo Phil Gould determined to fork out $500,000 to safe the previous Broncos star, whereas veteran Josh Reynolds was additionally awarded a high 30 contract final week.

Rajad, 21, was overlooked of the membership’s first grade squad and based on The Daily Telegraph’s Phil Rothfield is searching for an exit.

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“There’s a young fellow, he’s 21 years of age and he played for Lebanon at the World Cup, he is a halfback, is he a five-eighth or he can play fullback,” Rothfield stated on the Big Sports Breakfast.

“He is a really talented kid, his name is Khaled Rajab, played a lot of NSW Cup last year but has had a very good off-season.

“A couple of clubs have been eyeing him off, he didn’t make the Bulldogs 30 man NRL squad, there’s a couple of handy players who kept him out.

“Gus (Gould) went as signed the boy from the Broncos and paid a $500,000 transfer fee for him last week, and Josh Reynolds was on a train-and-trial contract.

“He might be 33-years of age but they think he’s got a bit to offer the Bulldogs this year as one of their leaders, so there wasn’t a position in the roster for this young fellow.”

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According to Rothfield, the Roosters and Sharks are the groups within the combine to signal Rajad after a robust match for Lebanon on the World Cup.

The younger playmaker appeared in three video games for Michael Cheika’s facet, taking part in within the No.6 jersey twice and coming off the bench towards the Kangaroos.

“I’m told the Sydney Roosters and possibly the Cronulla Sharks are ready to pounce, I guess it is a disappointing one but you can only fit 30 players into a squad,” Rothfield stated.

“Who am I to question Gus and Ciraldo when they determine their final 30, they decided to go with Reynolds.

“People could look at that from the outside and think maybe that has cost us a young player, but I am told Josh has had a good pre-season, they’re confident he is going to be a contributor and the kid from Brisbane is going to be a superstar.”

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