Bulldogs most wanted, Josh Reynolds, has agreed to join the Wests Tigers on a considerable four-year deal.
The former State of Origin player told Bulldogs officials of his decision to join the Tigers, before claiming to make the move to his teammates.
The deal is believed to be worth over AU$3 million, over four years, for the 28-year-old who has played over 129 matches for the Bulldogs since 2011, including the 2012 and 2014 grand finals.
Reynolds has also played for the NSW Blues in four State of Origin matches, and was one of the stand-out performers of the Blues’ in the drought-breaking series win over Queensland in 2014.
The Bulldogs might be losing Reynolds, but are gaining the likes of Tigers’ Captain and prop, Aaron Woods.
Reynolds making his move is just one of the latest mid-season deals being done in this year’s NRL competition.