With their 2018 season already down the gurgler, it’s time for the Eels to assess their roster and start the climb back to relevance.
To that end, it would appear that they’ve identified hooker as a position of need. According to WWOS reporter The Mole, the Eels are looking at Sharks hooker James Segeyaro as a potential upgrade.
Segeyaro is off contract at the end of this season, and as the back-up to Jayden Brailey at Cronulla, it’s likely he’d earn more with a starting role elsewhere.
The article also mentions the Tigers as a potential landing spot for Segeyaro, where he could play under his former Panthers coach Ivan Cleary.
Segeyaro has played 130 first grade games for the Sharks, Panthers and Cowboys, and 5 Tests for Papua New Guinea.