Leeds Rhinos standout Brodie Croft is being considered as a possible savior for the team in need.

According to the Herald Sun, Brodie Croft’s name has emerged as a potential solution for the struggling Gold Coast Titans, with coach Des Hasler considering him to boost the team’s performance in the southern hemisphere competition. The report suggests that Croft has been identified as a target for recruitment by Hasler amidst the Titans’ challenging start to the NRL season, currently sitting at the bottom of the ladder without a win.

Croft’s agent, Chris Orr, highlighted how playing in the Super League has revitalized Croft’s game, emphasizing his improved running abilities and success in the competition. Orr also mentioned that Croft, at 26 years old, retains aspirations to return to the NRL and has options in his contract to facilitate this move. Croft’s stint in the Super League, starting in 2022 and continuing with Leeds in 2024 after his Man of Steel-winning season with Salford, has evidently been a positive career development phase for him.

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