Moses Mbye has reportedly offered his talents to the Brisbane Broncos after the Wests Tigers said they would not stand in the utility’s way if a rival club wanted his services.
The 27-year-old is on a deal worth around $800,000 a year with his contract set to run out at the end of 2022.
While contracted for another season, Mbye has held talks with the North Queensland Cowboys and has been in touch with the Broncos according to The Daily Telegraph.
Although in no rush to leave the Tigers, Mbye is open to an immediate move if the Cowboys or Broncos confirm their interest with an official offer.
The utility has played under Broncos coach Kevin Walters at state level and he told the Telegraph that a return home appeals to him.
“I would certainly look at the Broncos,” Mbye said.
“I will wait and see what happens. The Broncos have a few players off-contract and they have a new coach in ‘Kevvie’ (Walters), so you never know what will happen with their roster.
“I’ve been coached by Kevvie in the Origin team so if an opportunity pops up at the Broncos, I would definitely consider it."
Mbye could prove a handy addition off the bench for the Broncos such is his ability to play halfback, fullback, five-eighth, centre and hooker.
He has been selected for the Wests Tigers in the centre position for their clash with North Queensland on Sunday afternoon.