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Broncos bombshell starts ‘fire sale’

Broncos bombshell starts ‘fire sale’

The Broncos’ “fire sale” has begun with reports on Thursday evening revealing turbulent forward Tevita Pangai is anticipated to affix the Wests Tigers within the middle of the 2021 season.

Fair weeks after the Broncos had been reportedly left “seething” about Pangai’s meeting with Tigers coach Michael Maguire, the wrecking ball forward may well now hyperlink up with the Sydney club as early as subsequent week.

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The Australian reports Pangai may well beget been playing his supreme game for the Broncos when he ran out onto Suncorp Stadium on Thursday evening.

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The report signifies Pangai has been given permission to focus on with rival clubs and his management has been busy discovering him a recent dwelling that will enable him to saunter to a rival club sooner than the August 1 time restrict.

The Tigers are the front runners after Pangai Jr and Jamayne Isaako had been busted talking to Tigers officers earlier this 365 days no topic supreme below contract with the club.

Channel 7’s Chris Garry reported Thursday Pangai’s saunter is the originate of a “fire sale” that can behold Matt Hotel, Corey Oates and Isaako all saunter away sooner than the originate of the 2022 season.

Coach Kevin Walters has been merely in public when speaking about his plans to re-form the playing roster.

Star playmaker Anthony Milford has also been told he is potentially no longer receiving a contract extension for 2022.

The Broncos beget already landed Adam Reynolds and retained Kotoni Staggs with the pair to construct an explosive halves combination.

Alternatively, the club has also misplaced Reece Walsh and Xavier Coates this 365 days and beget struggled on the topic in 2021

Broncos bombshell starts ‘fire sale’