Two days ago it was reported that the additions of Broncos players Tautau Moga and Herman Ese’ese to the Knights were “likely”. Now, it appears we can upgrade them to “done”, assuming they don’t backflip (or as it’s more colloquially known, “do a Cherry-Evans”).
According to The Courier-Mail, the duo have signed with the Knights, while several other sources – notably Fox Sports reporter Nathan Ryan and WWOS’ Mole – have indicated that the 10-day cooling off period remains in play (particularly in the case of Ese’ese, who the Broncos are known to be keen to keep).
So set your timers to T-minus 10 days, Knights fans – it sounds like there’ll be a couple more presents under your red and blue Christmas tree.
Moga has played 47 matches for the Broncos, Cowboys and Roosters, and 3 Tests for Samoa.
Ese’ese has played 23 matches for the Broncos and Bulldogs, and 1 Test for Samoa.